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Longmeadow High School 
Longmeadow, Massachusetts 
Volume IX 







School^ church, community activities contribute 
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scooters zoom by . . . kids come out of 
Friendly's after friendly chats and cokes . . . 
mohair's in this year — wonder if they have 
one at Steiger's — or a sharp discotheque 
dress . . . visitors comment on the new 
police-fire station . . . the green looks lovely 
this fall . . . aren't the Memorial Day ac- 
tivities exciting? 

Chief Yarsley talks on safety and the law 
. . . speed traps on Maple Road . . . are your 
parents going to the Parents' Council meet- 



ing? . . . remember dancing lessons at the 
Community House . . . wonder who's going 
to the Drop In Saturday. 

church supper before fellowship and what's 
Father Riendeau talking about tonight? . . . 
services Friday night . . . the party at Lois's 
. . . what's going on at Lan's house? . . . 
isn't Longmeadow a beautiful town? . . . 
Longmeadcw, where we live and grow . . . 
as scooters zoom by. 



Second addition in ten years 
relieves crowded L.HS. conditions. 




double sessions at L.H.S.? ... no, blueprints and a 
town meeting and an approved million dollar addi- 
tion . . . bulldozers, steel beams, bricks, and the dirt, 
always the dirt . . . speculation about air condition- 
ing and other innovations ... the fascinating glare 
of an acetylene torch . . . the mad rush to a 15- 
minute lunch "hour" . . . the confusion outside . . . 
the confusion inside ... all winter-spring-summer, 
into September . . . then no pencil sharpeners or 
flags. 



hallways cluttered with lunches and lost students . . 
discovery of the spacious new team locker rooms . . 
development ... no more fourth lunches or seventy 
minute periods . . . private study desks in the library 

the second building addition in ten years of L.H.S 
existence . . . from 22 teachers and 300 students in 
1955 to 75 teachers and 940 students in 1965 . 
development . . . the world changes . . . and we have 
changed and developed. 




to youth 

you have devoted many years 

as teacher, play producer, and 

head of the English Department 

to youth 

you have opened the door 

to a true appreciation for and 

understanding of fine literature 



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to you 

whom we admire for 

the ever-increasing standards of excellence 

you have set at Longmeadow High School 

to you 

Olivio A. Lopes 

a patient friend and witty teacher 

who has shown us the way to success through 

individual development 



CAROLYN AND MR. AND MRS. 
LOPES relax at their East Long- 
meadow home. 




SHOWING PRIDE in their daughter, 
who has been accepted for next fall at 
Wellesley College, are Mr. and Mrs. 
Lopes. 



to youth 

you have devoted nine years 

as teacher and leader 

in the Department of Mathematics 

to youth 

you have availed your 
logic, patience, and wit 
in the classroom 



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to you 

whom we respect 

for your high standards 

of personal conduct and achievement 

to you 

Robert C. Ness 

an exacting friend 

who has prepared us 

for the challenges ahead 




EVEN AT HER YOUNG AGE, Nancy learns 
about advanced aspects of mathematics from her 
father. 



MR. AND MRS. NESS and daughters Nancy 
and Sally enjoy a few minutes playing with 
the scene-stealer, Elliot. 






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Table of Contents 



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Introduction 


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Academics 


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Underclassmen 


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Seniors 


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Sports 


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Activities 


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Academics 




DURING A RE- 
CESS from School 
Committee busi- 
ness are Mrs. Rus- 
sell P. Dale, Jr., 
J. Robert Mont- 
gomery, and Mrs. 
Charles W. Car- 
ter, seated; Irving 
A. Quimby, Dr. 
Robert D. Russell, 
and Herbert M. 
Goldstein. 



School Committee, Superintendent bear 



problems . . . questions . . . decisions 



problems 
teachers . 
schools . . 
last year? 



. . the needs of the schools, students, and 
. . the maintenance of all Longmeadow 
what is the budget for this year, next year, 



questions . . . what policies should the school employ? 
... do students need more classrooms? . . . how many 
students will be in school next year and what about 
Conant's new edicts — what do you think, Mrs. Carter? 

decisions . . . courses of study, the hours and the 
teachers for summer school . . . new teachers, tenure . . . 
policies and budget. 

problems . . . questions . . . decisions . . . and answers. 



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ATTENDING NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY TEA, 
Dr. Russell socializes with alumnus Bob Mauterstock over 
a plate of sandwiches. 





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it takes a big man to keep a high school, junior high, 
and five elementary schools operating in harmony . . . 
budgets to balance, places to go, contacts to make, 
teachers to recruit ... a conference with the School 
Committee concerning oversized classes at Wolf Swamp 
. . . Mr. Smith, will you please sit down! 

today a luncheon with sixty-five other superintendents 
— "finally I should like to invite you all to visit our 
newly enlarged high school in Longmeadow" ... to- 
morrow a panel discussion for P.T.A. — the importance 
of elementary school libraries . . . reports from nurses 
and schools on progress. 

indeed a growing community voicing strong demands 
on education and its superintendent, Dr. Robert Russell. 




DR. RUSSELL CONGRATULATES a successful LH.S. graduate. 



respon sibility for high school policy . . . 




DR. ROBERT D. RUSSELL, SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS 



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EDGAR G. CRAVER, PRINCIPAL 

Springfield College, B.S. 

University of Connecticut, M.A. 

Harvard University Summer School 



Principal instills spirit and pride in achievement 




growth and we-hope progress . . . confusion and-then 
success . . . new ideas — does your principal make you 
wear ties? ... it gives us spirit, pride. 

committee's report on how to improve our school . . . 
new system for electing Student Council officers . . . 
coffee hours with parents ... a domestic exchange pro- 
gram with West Virginia . . . Faculty Council . . . 
achievements which others will follow. 

active and energetic . . . did you see him playing tennis 
yesterday? — did you hear him hollering at the football 
game? . . . active and energetic. 

our principal stands for growth, for innovation, activity 
... he leads us on to become uncommon men, the best 
in Massachusetts — in the United States? 



MR. CRAVER HEADS toward a new day at L.H.S. 



what a rotten job! . . . just because you're late to class, 
that's no excuse to run . . . are you chewing gum? . . . 
where were you E block yesterday? — in the library? — 
your name isn't on the list ... fix your tie . . . report to 
room 145 . . . dungarees? . . . cover that book by tomor- 
row or — detention . . . discipline. 

Mr. Fuller, this new schedule . . . missing classes for as- 
semblies . . . can't meetings start at 2:20? . . . phone 
doesn't work . . . not enough desks in room 13... com- 
plaints. 

job well done . . . long stride, friendly, helpful . . . there 
seems to be some question about . . . yes, what may I 
do for you? . . . new ideas — service squad . . . fair, just 
. . . our assistant principal, Mr. Fuller. 




MR. FULLER AND SHELLEY FORBESS 

discuss the many innovations in the high 
school at the December Honor Society 
Alumni Tea. 



Problems, complaints, and aid keep Mr. Fuller hopping. 




DONALD T. FULLER, VICE PRINCIPAL 

University of Vermont, BA. 

University of Delaware 

University of Connecticut, M.S. 



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ELIZABETH DOWNTON 

"Will the following students please 
report to the office immediately?" 




HARRIET PANTO 

"Shall I relay this message 
to Mr. Craver?" 




ERNESTINE P. WASHBURN 
Yes?" 



Office coordinates activities in growing school 



THE 2:20 JUDGMENT PERIOD begins for the group that 
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hustle, bustle . . . may I help you sir? . . . ring . . . 
would the following students please report to the 
office immediately . . . need a pass . . . buzzzz . . . 
which Crane twin are you? . . . flop — mimeoed 
papers drop. 

file, dial . . . call on line one Mrs. Washburn . . . 
ring . . . click, click . . . minutes, more minutes . . . 
date-stamped passes . . . mail and more mail . . . 
ingoing, out-going . . . people and mail. 

patter, clatter . . . deposited money . . . here's the 
attendance Mrs. Downton . . . questions, answers 
. . . buzzzz ... call for Mr. Craver, Mrs. Panto . . . 
may I have your attention please . . . ring. 



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THE INTELLECTUAL HIERARCHY of Longmeadow High School includes Mr. Ful- 
ler, Mr. Craver, Miss Erickson, Mr. Lopes (seated); Mr. Dexter, Mr. D'Agostino, Mr. 
Ness, Mr. Haskell, Mr. Pratt (standing). 



Faculty Council sets academic standards. 



every Wednesday A block ... we must do some- 
thing about this new scheduling . . . all our students 
are out of place . . . budgets, supplies and textbooks 
. . . great idea, but it won't benefit my department 
. . . there must be someone to be head of the for- 
eign language dapartment. 

all in one office and now one for each . . . such a 
confusing schedule — two stationary blocks and five 
rotating ones . . . but class period lengths from 45 
to 100 minutes — great . . . which colored paper is 
for supplies? . . . this year we'll have pluses and 
minuses . . . remember teacher evaluations in all 
your free blocks. 

how are the advanced courses working out in math, 
history and English? . . . must do something about 
all these assemblies — interrupting our classes . . . 
more academic emphasis ... a clearing house of 
problems and ideas .... every Wednesday A block. 



"AND ANOTHER THING 





MARGERY D. BAIRD 

"I can hear you all the way over here." 

Simmons College, B. A. 
Springfield College, M. Ed. 




BARBARA M. MEIKLEJOHN 

"There is no one more egotistical 
than a Scot." 

University of Washington (Seattle) 



Our minds grow as the library expands . . . 



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it's big, spacious, quiet ... so much room 
and space . . . the floor is quiet and soft . . . 
the chairs are soft . . . the windows are big 
and the desks are small ... so quiet. 

so many books, more books . . . imagine 
reading all those books . . . Hemingway and 
Steinbeck . . . Chaucer and Dickens . . . 
pyschology and Russian revolution ... so 
many books ... so much to learn, study. 

quiet voices murmuring . . . E block crowds 
. . . library aides at the big desk — name, 
homeroom, stamp, stamp . . . paste and glue 
— magazines to fix . . . students to help Mrs. 
Meiklejohn . . . where are the biographies? 
. . . student's name, homeroom, stamp, 
stamp . . . can you suggest a good book, 
Miss Baird? ... so many good books, in our 
spacious library. 





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"Et tu, Brute?" what a stupid question . . . 
seats are getting hard . . . can't understand 
this ancient stuff . . . comma separates two 
independent clauses joined by a . . . prepo- 
sitions, propositions . . . Huck is a dreamer, 
and he symbolizes the desire for freedom 
. . . why did Lord Jim jump? was he afraid 
— afraid of the emergency? 

emergency — term papers due next week . . . 
haven't started, of course . . . footnotes and 
quotes and footnotes . . . first word, abro- 
gate ... a noun names a person, place, 
thing, or idea . . . Ralph, Jack, and Piggy 
. . . "Kill the pig. Cut her throat. Bash her 
in." 

poetry is concentrated . . . poetry is sense, 
feeling, tone, intention . . . poetry of the 
Age of Reason . . . Age of Reason was 
smug, content, and self-assured . . . defini- 
tions, assumptions, revisions, conclusions. 




OLIVIO A. LOPES 

"Boys don't have a chance in my class." 
Department Head 

Bridgewater State College, B. S. in Ed. 
Middlebury College, A. M. 
Harvard, John Hay Fellow 



"Relate the theme to human experience... he specific." 





ONLY FIFTY MORE pages for Dave Nissenbaum 
to finish before the next block. 



PETE MILLER THINKS, "I wish I could open that book," as he 
writes on Simon as a Christ-figure. 



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HOWARD F. BURKE 

"You . . . yes, you!" 

Yale University, B. S. 
Boston University, M. Ed. 



DEBORAH C. STEELE 

"That's a stupid question; 

Shelton College, A. B. 
Yale University, M. A. T. 



ANN-MARIE LYNCH 

"That paper is a monster-piece" 

University of Massachusetts, B. A. 



English teaches us to question . 



VIRGINIA S. ALLISON 

"Do you understand this?" 

Vassar College, B. A. 




JOHN X. LYNCH 

"Do you realize that Cathedral 
backs its paper 100% P" 

Holy Cross, A. B. 

Fitchburg Teachers' College, M. Ed. 

University of Connecticut, 6th year level 



RUBY L. MAC INTYRE 

"I feel that you're capable and 
I'm not pushing you." 

Westminster College, B. A. 



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KIRBY EDWIN JUDD 

"Give three examples" 

Yale University, B. A. 
Harvard University, M. A. 




NANCY J. EATON 

"I realize that this is a tough 
schedule, but . . ." 

Smith College, A. B. 
Yale University, M. A. 




J. ROBERT HOMER, III 

"Old soldiers never die; 
they just fade away." 

Amherst College, B. A. 
University of Massachusetts, M. A. 



English prepares us to answer. 



AMANDA B. WANEGAR 

"Straighten your desks." 

DePauw University, A. B. 
Springfield College, M. Ed. 



EVE D. DOLGIN 

"We've got to get this done!" 
Smith College, B. A. 





LINDA A. SHERMAN 

'Vile! Vite! Depechez-vous!" 

Lake Erie College, A. B. 
Universite de Caen 




WILLIAM A. MARTIN 

"Bonjour!" 

American International College, B. A. 
NDEA Language Institute 



Languages increase international understanding 




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WILLIAM H. WHITTAKER 

"Pommes dura!" 

East Stroudsburg State College, B. S. 
Middlebury College, M. A. 



RAYMOND R. VILLENEUVE 

"/4// r/g^tf, quiet down!" 

St. Anselm's College, A. B. 




ELIZABETH W. WARREN 

"Au revoir a demain." 

Hood College, B. A. 
Middlebury College, M. A. 



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EMIL M. KAHAN 

"I'll give you one information." 

University of Budapest, B. A. 
Hebrew University, Jerusalem, M. A. 



GLADYS B. LEAB 

"There's a method in my madness!" 

Acting Department Head 
Mount Holyoke College, B. A. 



PAUL W. STANDISH 

"You think you deserve a higher 
grade, huh?" 

University of New Hampshire, B. A. 

La Esuela Interamericana Mexico 

Westfield State, M. Ed. 

University of Barcelona 



comprenez-vous? comprende usted? intellegisne'r 




ANN T. MEDER 

"Silencio, por favor." 

College of Our Lady of the Elms, A. B. 




EDMOND J. HOULE 

"/ take it straight from the book." 
University of New Hampshire, B. S. 



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ONAITA MAC INTYRE TIBBETTS 

Former Head of Department 

"Aloha — to all my little ones!" 

Wheaton College, B.A. 

Middlebury College, M.A. 

Study in France 



ARNELDA RICHTER 

Language Lab. Director 

"Close stations, please!" 




We translate ideas, not words. 



Latin . . . French . . . grows with Spanish 

dicere . . . parler . . . 

then bablar. 

before: listen, repeat together; 

now: duplicate, listen, record. 

two years G Block, now after school 

aides rush . . . O' Brien-LaF ranee , 

Jenney: 

femina, jeminae . . . entro en la clase 

close stations . . . head sets clatter . . . 

file quietly. 

romance: Latin, French, and Spanish 

Cicero . . . Moliere . . . vistas en espagnol 

first year grammar . . . 

then subjunctive. 

third and fourth year: reading, literature 

juniors, seniors: Virgil, Polyeucte, 

ElCid. 

translate forty lines . . . expliques ces verses. 

('no comprende? 

c'por que? 

department works hand in hand . . . 

nine years . . and . . . 

ALOHA 

... en francais. 
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ANN A. PELCZARSKI 

"What's the English derivative?" 

Mount Holyoke College, A.B. 

Harvard University, A.M.T. 





YOU CANT WIN them all! 



History is mans record of himself. 



history is reading . . . did you finish the Federa- 
list Papers? ... I haven't done the homework — 
may I see yours? . . . better remember that basic 
concept for the test . . . when is the world civ. 
paper due on Stonehenge? 

history is knowing . . . how are Mussolini and 
Hitler alike? . . . "blood and iron" and Germany 
or was it Prussia? . . . who do you think will win 
the election? . . . Khrushchev and Brezhnev and 
Home and Wilson and who's in power today? 
. . . the audio-visual equipment better be work- 
ing . . . the fifth president was . . . 

history is understanding . . . how did the Egyp- 
tians ever build those pyramids . . . failure of 
the League of Nations . . . Johnson and Gold- 
water on nuclear responsibility . . . World War 
I was caused by the economy . . . this expanded 
curriculum is great . . . history is exciting. 



TEN PACES, turn and fire! 



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DIANE TOMASSETTI ANNOUNCES her report 
topic, "The Supercalifragulistic-expialidocious Victor- 
ian Era." 



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JOHN M. HASKELL 

"Books have been written about this.' 
Department Head 

Bates College, M. A. 
University of Chicago 




MARYLEE ANN COMPTON 

"And I don't mean maybe!" 

Vassar College, A. B. 



We recognize the worth of past generations 




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MICHAEL F. BURNS 

"Half-credit!" 

Yale University, B. A. 
Harvard University, M. A. 




ARAX CHARKOUDIAN 

"Where is it on the map?" 

Springfield College, B. S. 
Montclair College, M. A. 




BRUCE R. RYDER 

"Fiction or fact." 

University of Connecticut 
Springfield College, B. S. 



WALTER A. REPPUCCI 

"In your heart you know he's right!" 

American International College, B. A. 
Westfield State College, M. Ed. 



ORSEN P. JOLY 

"Watch that curveball." 
University of Vermont, B. S. 



we keep in touch with the times. 



JOSEPH F. LA VALLEY, JR. 

"Miss . . . ma'am." 

University of Massachusetts, B. A. 
M. A. 





STANLEY F. URSPRUNG 

"Basic understanding number ..." 

University of Vermont, B.A. 
M. A. 



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EDWARD PRATT 

"Aw, c'mon, people!" 
Department Head 

American International College, A. B. 

Springfield College, M. Ed. 

Harvard University 



EDWIN L. FINKLEHOFFE 

"Do you understand?" 
Lehigh University, M. Ed. 



JOHN H. HOOPER 

"You don't have to know why." 

Bates College, B. S. 
University of North Carolina, M. Ed. 




Neither Einstein jr nor Pasteur i 




MORRISON G. FERRIER 

"You've got to mull it over." 

American International College, B. A. 
University of Massachusetts, M. Ed. 




HENRY J. NORTH 

"Oh, I don't want to let the 
cat out of the bag." 

University of Massachusetts, B. S. 



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RONALD J. MERRITT 

"Are there any questions?" 

University of Connecticut, B. A. 




CHARLES J. MANNHEIM 

"Well, we can always try." 

Amherst College, B. A. 
University of Massachusetts, M. Ed. 




but maybe just as good . . . 



THOMAS L. JOHNSON 

"That reminds me of a 
story I once heard." 

Springfield College, B. S. 
Syracuse University, M. S. 



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ANGELO S. TEIXEIRA 

"/ love Blue Version." 

American International College, B. A. 
M. A. 



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"I'M SORRY I didn't wash them thoroughly," apologizes Colin Fuller 
to Mr. Teixeira. 



biology . . . chemistry . . . physics . . . and 
everywhere there are problems to be solved . . . 
data to be collected . . . hypotheses to be tested 
. . . conclusions to be formed . . . and quizzes 
to be sprung. 

chem. study labs . . . shattering glass . . . cor- 
rosive acids . . . Bunsen burners . . . and there 
are cries of pain . . . styrofoam molecules and 
chemical equations that sometimes balance. 

directions . . . dissections . . . and biology makes 
life GRIM . . . the permeating odor of formal- 
dehyde . . . with mangled frogs . . . chlorophyll 
. . . photosynthesis . . . phyla . . . and always 
memorization. 

physics . . . made hard with simple machines 
. . . complex computations . . . abstruse lectures 
— how perplexing . . . formulas forgotten . . . 
experiments . . . significant figures . . . and 
bewildered students. 



Science is the statement of truth found out . . 



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strates Margie Lauer. a U Np P u AmCm Bk Cf t t SmtS 



"ITS ELEMENTARY, Mr. North!" assures 
Mr. Ferrier. 




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THEN HE TRIES to set the world straight for Math Club members 
Doug Hulette, David Nissenbaum, John Preston, Ron Trachtenberg, Caro- 
lyn Hall, and Bob Emery. 



MR. NESS CHALKS up another two. 



find the cube root of 3,144,945328 . . . 



subtractions, divisions, mathematics . . . alge- 
bra or trig . . . just mazes of figures . . . now 
this one is easy . . . what does SMSG mean? 
. . . constructions and proofs . . . circles, hyper- 
bolas, trapezoids or somethingorother . . . why 
study math, anyway ... is this class traditional 
or modern? . . . confusion and struggles . . . 
why won't it check? 

calculus or solid geometry . . . who cares how 
tall the flagpole is anyway . . . Math League 
next week . . . locus of the centers of all circles 
which . . . theorems and identities to learn . . . 
the binomial theorem? . . . darn, still doesn't 
check. 

functions have limits — doesn't seem right . . . 
a 2 +b a =c 2 ... a test tomorrow . . . oh, no I 
don't get it . . . solve and resolve . . . extraneous 
roots . . . help! . . . Hero or Newton — who 
really cares . . . just one more try and then I 
quit ... it checks! 




FINDING SOME HUMOR in mathematics are the senior girls in Mr. 
Suher's class. 

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KENNETH M. WOODS 

"We're going to have a squiz." 

Atlantic Union College, B. A. 
Worcester State College, Ed. M. 



THOMAS J. NESBITT 

"Bong!" 

Springfield College, B. S 
M. Ed. 




ROBERT C. NESS 

"Hold the fort!" 
Department Head 

Middlebury College, A. B. 
Boston University, M. Ed. 



Frustrated students find order 



DONALD MARSIAN 

"All's you got to do is this!" 

American International College, B. S. 




ELIZABETH LAVIN 

"Clean your desks of everything 

except your math book and 

homework papers." 

American International College, B. A. 






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DAVID S. DANIELS 

"That fact isn't crucial." 

St. Lawrence University, B. S. 
Johns Hopkins University, M. A. T. 



ACTON WILEY 

"I stand corrected." 

Syracuse University, A. B. 
Springfield College, M. Ed. 





MAURICE SUHER 

"For fifty points extra credit." 

University of Massachusetts, B. S. 
Springfield College, M. Ed. 



and reason in mathematics. 



GEORGE E. ALDRICH 

"Quiet down now, people." 

University of Massachusetts, B. S. 
Springfield College, M. Ed. 




WILLIAM AHERN 

"This can be applied to . . ." 

University of Denver, B. A. 
University of Hartford, B. S. 
Columbia University, M. A. 




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VLADIMIR J. DANKEVICH 

"What do you think this is — a two year course? 

Central Connecticut State College, B.S. 

Columbia University, M.A. 



Business department 

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"AND ALL THIS PAPER goes to Room 13?" an incredulous 
Dolores Souliere asks Dan Betshur, Fred Hoekstra, and Mr. Danke- 
vich. 



I WONDER IF I could get 
James Bond approved for my 
book report. 



roll the paper in, roll the paper out ... set the margins . . . 
an incessant clicking, incessant increasing clicking . . . a, s, 
d, f , g . . . a, s, d, f , g. 

get to work, here comes Mrs. Barnes . . . ding, throw back 
the carriage . . . hope she doesn't notice the mistakes . . . 
and now in time with the music . . . steady, even . . . "(bat 
letter's not mailable!" 

and then the clicking . . . the clicking of heels in the cor- 
ridors . . . it's Friday . . . boy, are these floors slippery . . . 
if I fall I'll break my neck. 

if you don't get busy, you'll all be broomsweepers . . . now 
this is the symbol for t . . . the e is silent ... oh no, how do 
I write . . . the word depends upon the sentence. 

round and around . . . sheets of paper shooting out one by 
one . . . the smell of ink — ah, delightful . . . Fran and 
Dolores, mimeographing . . . Diane, typing for Mr. Craver. 

white lined paper . . . plain yellow ... a box of Kleenex . . . 
what room are you from? . . . supplies and more supplies. 

Darkness at Noon is in? . . . and Separate Peace, finally . . . 

Mr. Dankevich, let's see what other books you have . . . this 
book looks good for a report . . . give the girl the money 
. . . now check off in this column if they buy this book . . . 
no, not in the closet, Pete! 



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count that change . . . sign for supplies 
dress up on Friday . . . take this letter . . 
all part of business training. 



. . smell the ink . . . 
roll the paper in — - 




THAT J IS REALLY 
still in the same spot! 




JAMES LAUDATO 

"Are there any questions before we start the class?" 
American International College, B.S. 



in practical skills. 




PATRICIA R. BARNES 

"Push for speed." 
American International College, B.S. 



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GERTRUDE C 
BLAKEBOROUGH 

"Talk to it." 

Westfield State College 

Fitchburg State College 

Springfield College 



JOHN S. ROSSITER 

"So on and so forth." 

Teachers College 

of Connecticut, B. S. 

Springfield College, M. Ed. 




Shop and home ec prepare students in practical skills . . 




DAVID W. ALLEN 
"Testing — one, two, three, four!" 
Fitchburg State College, B. S. Ed. 



"IT'LL BE CLOSE," says Bob 
Conti to Mr. Rossiter. 



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do you like it? I made it . . . cutting the wrong pattern 
. . . should it be a jumper or a pair of slippers? . . . how 
does it taste — lemon ambrosia or baked Alaska ... a 
whole dinner? . . . better luck next time . . . time to 
clean up . . . wearing your first marking period, eating 
your second . . . but the eye of the needle's too small 
. . . ow! 

perpetual buzzing and whirring . . . striving for perfec- 
tion . . . seeing the fruits of your efforts . . . keep your 
ties out of the machines! . . . hammers, saws, and 
wrenches . . . the finished product a polished end table, 
abstract bookends . . . deserves an A but gets a B. 




WILFRED BURKLE 

"Put a little umph in it!" 

Syracuse University, B. M. E. 
Boston University, M. M. 



LILLIAN P. ERICKSON 

"There is no reason why you shouldn't 
finish this today!" 

Rhode Island School of Design, B. A. E. 
Springfield College, M. E. 




fine arts enrich program of cultural education 



TUNING UP for dance band 
are Mr. Burkle, Steve Wilson, 
and Bob Miklaski. 




beauty and grace . . . Picasso and Beethoven's birthday . . . 
space relations . . . do, re, mi . . . sweaty palms before a 
performance . . . dripping the paint . . . drums and cymbals 
. . . the flat note you hope no-one heard and "Hey Look Me 
Over" . . . finally a solo. 



a career in art? . . . fun as well as education . . . liking 
"Elijah Rock," diaphragmatic articulation and hoping never 
to see "Lacrymosa" again . . . daily classes and rehearsals 
. . . too much talking — must keep quiet except to sing . . . 
finally improving . . . football games and concerts . . . lyric 
rehearsals at Mr. Carbonell's and new robes . . . enjoyment 
for all, especially the participants in beauty and grace. 




J. ALFREDO CARBONELL 

"Is that our bell?" 

Inter-American University, B. A. 

Boston Conservatory of Music, 

B. M., M. Mus. 



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SHARON L. MENZIE 

"Try again." 
Springfield College, B.S. 




Try, try, try a little harder . . . 




BETTE E. PHELPS 

"Squad places, girls/" 
Springfield College, B.S. 



welcome Mrs. Phelps and glad you're back Miss Menzie 
. . . new sports this year . . . and old . . . and what's this? 
notebooks too? . . . it's too cold to go outside to play, of 
all things, field hockey . . . written tests . . . hurry up, 
you'll be late for class. 

yay, Jet! . . . green-red-yellow-blue . . . wonder if the 
frosh next year'll have blue gymsuits . . . yay, White! 
. . . Sports' Night . . . don't be nervous . . . you'll do just 
fine. 

it's fun . . . basketball . . . 1-2-3 stop . . . exercises and 
showers . . . girls, concentrate on the game — nevermind 
what the boys are doing . . . running and practicing and 
trying something new and running . . . why do the boys 
always get dismissed before we do? . . . girls who lead 
and girls who play and girls who cheer — and all are es- 
sential. 



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ROBERT M. DAGOSTINO 

"And if I think you're cheating, I'll give 

you a test that you won't get ten points on." 

Springfield College, B.S., M.S. 




NORMAN S. HARRIS 

"Seven-eighth speed, gentlemen." 
Springfield College, B.S. 



Gym classes aim to destroy flabby Americans 



another year and we play once more, because we must 
. . . our motto: "e pluribus workum" . . . Coach Harris 
and Coach Dag — builders of leadership . . . line up for 
attendance, leave a space in memory of those who are 
absent. 

now gentlemen, the distance from the hashmarks to the 
sidelines is 52' 10" — as you were, gentlemen, they are 
53' 4" . . . what, the game's over already? 

golly jeepers! calisthenics again . . . personally I like 
. . . 1, 2 . . . being a flabby American . . . 3, 4 . . . puff, 
puff . . . front 2, 3, 4 . . . side 2, 3, 4 ... up 2, 3, 4 . . . 
good grief! is there no end? . . . ah-h-h! happiness is a 
cold shower after a hot workout. 





HOW MUCH TIME do we have? 



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LOUIS S. JOSSELYN 

"Let's go, gang!" 

University of Rhode Island, B. S. 

University of Wisconsin, M. S. 



MRS. BOWMAN, GUIDANCE SECRETARY, catalogues 
college applications and schedules guidance appointments. 



Guidance motivates self -reliance, self-understanding— 





GLADYS C JENSEN 

'And now let me check your record." 

University of Massachusetts, B. A. 

Middlebury College, M. A. 

Columbia University, M. A. 



Mrs. Bowman, where's the senior sign-up sheet? 
. . . how long before I get an appointment? 
. . . two days? . . . but I have to talk to Mr. 
Dexter right away because I signed up for 
Latin IV and got into a French I class . . . but, 
I got to ... do you want me to go to college? 
... I might as well quit school . . . it's all 
messed up anyway. 

yes, we have the college board scores in . . . 
well, just a second now, let me get out your 
record . . . you want to apply to Harvard with 
that record? . . . why don't you try something 
a little easier to get into, like . . . where is Love- 
joy's Guide to Colleges? . . . the representative 
from Boston University is here now — will all 
those seniors who signed up . . . 

and where is the sign-up sheet for Tampa Uni- 
versity? ... I have to get out of English to- 
morrow . . . our college board code is 221-198 
. . . where is that sign-up sheet? 



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CONNIE AND MANY OTHER SENIORS 

consult Lovejoy's College Guide for suggestions. 



WILLIAM A. DEXTER 

"Harvard! You're in." 

Clark University, A. B. 

University of Michigan, A. M. 



alleviates problems among students, teachers. 




JAMES CLIMO 

"And what happened to you?" 

Springfield College, B.S., Ed. M. 

Columbia University, M.A. 




DON LePAGE DREAMS about college acceptances 
while browsing through catalogues. 



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THE CAFETERIA STAFF: Mrs. Carlson, Mrs. McAfee, Mrs. Fortin, Mrs. Burns (front); 
Mrs. Santos, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. McKinney, Mrs. Reilly, Mrs. Calabrese, Mrs. Tranghese. 



Ailing students keep nurse busy. 



REALLY, SCOTT! You don't have a 
fever!" reassures Mrs. Low. 




will all the freshmen football players whose 
last names begin with A through K please re- 
port to the health office immediately for mouth- 
piece fittings . . . open your mouth wide . . . 
put that mouthpiece in cold water . . . don't 
forget your emergency and permission-to-play 
cards . . . what's your homeroom? 

let's skip class ... I have a headache and an 
upset stomach . . . may we have aspirins and 
lie down this block? . . . what are you missing? 
... an English test . . . back you go . . . with 
my bandaged finger, I won't have to take typing. 

the Future Nurses Club will meet at 2:50 
today . . . this is an important meeting and all 
should attend . . . pills, bandages, and tempera- 
tures . . . amazing how many sudden illnesses 
arise daily. 



lunch time arrives . . . oh, what 
a line . . . sorry, sonny, no sec- 
onds today . . . no, we can't 
change a ten dollar bill . . . 
smells and sights and sounds 
. . . senses recurring each day. 

what, who's complaining about 
the food? . . . and he's going to 
eat all that! . . . ugh, what a 
mess — another dropped tray 
. . . cheers and laughter and 
back to class before I'm late. 

trays and dishes . . . demanding 
work, but enjoyable . . . women 
answering need ... a service to 
all. 




WHAT KIND OF SOUP do you have today?' 



Mops, brooms, calamities keep custodians on toes. 





"ARE YOU SURE there 
are no empty rooms?" 



PLOTTING AN ASSAULT ON DIRT are Mr. Remington, Mr. ONeil, and Mr. Rendack. 



mops and brooms . . . and the scent of neatness reaches our nostrils ... re- 
quests . . . pleas and instructions . . . the hustle and bustle of everyday affairs 
. . . and what — lunch time already? • • • full containers here son . . . empty 
cartons there. 

then down to help future L. H. S. students . . . cross now, Sabino . . . watch 
out for cars . . . now back to my institute of higher learning . . . faced with 
rooms to clean . . . floors to polish . . . problems to solve. 

and somehow with surprise 2:20 arrives . . . together with more rooms to 
clean . . . more floors to polish . . . more problems to solve . . . and now, around 
the corner . . . down the stairs and oh, what a distinctive locker room odor . . . 
windows to shut . . . doors to lock . . . and tomorrow, more mops and brooms. 



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Development through 




Classes 




VICE PRESIDENT DON HAYES briefs Mike Albano on his 
treasurer's duties as Diane Fox, secretary, and Bruce Throne, 
president, listen. 



MR. FERRIER AND MRS. MEDER, advisors of the Cfass of 
1968, discuss plans for the Freshman Dance. 



fentre dans la salle de classe 




FROSH-SENIOR FAMILY GROUPS are many. Row 1: Bob Stu Okun, Bob Holzapfel, Joe Kessler, Bob Joly, Haidee Fal- 
Petrie, Bob Okun, Dave Holzapfel, Lynn Kessler, John Joly, coner, Myles Cooley, Sue Hayes, Don Smith. 
Sue Falconer, Barbara Cooley, Don Hayes. Row 2: Carol Petrie, 

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first year . . . you're a freshman aren't you . . . 
no, not as low as a freshman . . . ho, it's not that 
bad . . . it's new, exciting? . . . confusing, just 
sometimes . . . but mostly new. 

and what is x plus y divided by z but-of -course 
q ... oh no, I didn't study my francais . . . 
j'entre dans la salle de classe . . . Pip and odyssey 
. . . levers and fulcrums and I wish the bell 
would ring . . . but it's not really that bad. 

wonder if Bruce-Don-Di-Mike have planned our 
first dance, our freshman dance . . . and our 
freshman undefeated football team and our 
freshman chorus and our first dance and our 
first team and it's new, so new . . . new faces 
and new teachers and new friends ... a new 
school . . . and it's ours ... for three more years. 




FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL members include Anne Vigneault, Sterl- 
ing Orr, Jill Holstein, Phil Locario (front row); Steve Benson, Louise 
Goldberg, Rick Dalessio, and Ellie Ryan (back row). 



with Great Expectations of four bewildering years. 




Row 1 : Greg Shepard, Mary Reardon, Doug Rutherford, Dick 
Plaisance, Ginny Atwood, Dick Sunter, Dick Emery, Cathy 
Curran, Lance Van Dolsen, Pat Harwood. Row 2: Sue Shepard, 



Fred Reardon, Jeff Rutherford, Ron Plaisance. Harlan Atwood, 
Carol Sunter, Bob Emery, Bill Cook, Bruce Van Dolsen, Al 
Harwood. 



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HOME ROOM 24 

Row 1 : Nancy Bein, Ruth Adam, 
Ginny Atwood, Judy Averbach, 
Linda Bernstein, Nancy Barra, Missy 
Balthaser. Row 2: Andy Armatruda, 
Gerry Berg, Laura Bacon, Sandy 
Atherton, Mark Auerbach, Jim 
Adams. Row 3: Ron Baer, David 
Atwood, John Atwood, Bob Bell, 
Charles Aleks, Richard Avella. Row 
4: Mr. LaValley. 



The Library— take a left, then a right, then 



HOME ROOM 26 

Row 1: Dede Childs, Barbara 
Cooley, Sally Carson, Fran Clark, 
Betsy Busby, Ellen Chereskin, Timi 
Carter, Cindy Cohen. Row 2: Jim 
Carney, Scott Chapin, Bill Clark, 
Dakin Chamberlin, Jeffrey Carl, 
Ronnie Caplan, Robert Casal. Row 
3: Mark Blanchette, Miss Charkou- 
dian. 





HOME ROOM 27 

Row 1 : Gloria Debien, Leah Davis, 
Cynthia Dale, Kathleen Curran, Sue 
Faulkner, Joyce Dolan. Row 2: Ed- 
ward Culverwell, Charlie Feldman, 
Susan Cooper, Janet Covalli, Steve 
Duffy, Richard Curran. Row 3: 
Kenny Fieldman, Dick Emery, Den- 
nis Flavin, James Dayton, Mike 
Fede, Rick Dalessio. Row 4: Mr. 
Reppucci, Robert Cowles, Robert 
DuBoisson, Jack Eckalbar, Robert 
Darden, Bruce Courson. 




a left at Room 30, then the next right; you cant miss it. 




HOME ROOM 123 

Row 1: Karen Kabrosky, Nancy 
Kaynor, Pat Harwood, Linds Kline, 
Debbie Helsing, Lynn Kossoy. Row 
2: Jeff Herren, Nickie Hoyt, Jill 
Holstein, Nan Harrington, Lynn 
Kessler, David Holzapfel, David 
Holmes. Row 3: Mr. Burns, Bruce 
Johnson, Bob Kagan, John Joly, 
Don Hayes, Bill Hamilton, Paul 
Hunter. 



HOME ROOM 122 

Row 1: Lisa Flier, Hedy Gootzit, 
Nancy Goldsmith, Trina Gloth, 
Diane Fox, Linda Gifford, Donalyn 
Gross. Row 2: Janet Freuh, Phyllis 
Giroux, Louise Goldberg, Diane 
Flax, Charles Francis, Ray Gebo. 
Row 3: Miss Compton, Bruce Fris- 
bie, Ronald Friedlander, Jim God- 
frey, Joseph Gushue, Donald 
Golden. 




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HOME ROOM 124 

Row 1 : Barbara Morrison, Pat Men- 
dina, Donna Leete, Jean Meikle- 
john, Linda Michalik, Carol Leon- 
ard, Cathy Mayock. Row 2: Gary 
Malstrom, John Mayer, Terry Low, 
Phil Locario, Peter Lux. Row 3: 
Hank Moran, Don MacNaught, 
Lester Meyers, Larry Leizure, Mr. 
Ursprung, Mark Leeper, Doug Leng. 



Now that were freshmen, we have to face responsibilities— 



HOME ROOM 141 

Row 1 : Nancy Nelson, Polly Panto, 
Gail Peck, JoAnne OGonnel, Ash- 
lie Pickett, Lynn Paige, Barbie 
Noone. Row 2: Jim Popham, John 
Neal, Scott Nickerson, Jeff Parkin, 
Sterling Orr, Hubert Naggar. Row 
4: Peter Piusz, Jim Popkin, Robert 
Okun, Mr. Judd. 





HOME ROOM 142 

Row 1 : Janice Pulverenti, Cheryl 
Reich, Rozi Reed, June Russell, 
Cheryl Ramberg, Mary Reardon, 
Ellie Ryan. Row 2: Doug Ruther- 
ford, Dave Reid, James Priddy, 
John Quigley, Duane Richter, 
Cheryl Rich. Row 3: Steve Roman- 
ko, Dave Rossow, Larry Saex, Mr. 
McLean, Mike Reynolds, Alan Pro- 
vencher. 




$5.00 for yearbook, $1.50 for Jet Jotter, $5.00 for class dues 




HOME ROOM 143 

Row 1 : Miss Lynch, Debbie Sirul- 
nik, Pauline Schwensen, Heidi 
Schmidt, Andrea Sherman, Anne 
Sullivan, Cindy Schiff, Cheryl 
Smrcka, Diane Tehan. Row 2: Mat- 
ty Schaffer, Greg Shepard, Bill 
Smart, Richard Sunter, Bruce Sun- 
ter, Peter Sinish. Row 3: Steve 
Squire, Bob Smith, Steve Sterritt. 



HOME ROOM 144 

Row 1: Linda Williams, Virginia 
Williams, Sally Watson, Anne Vig- 
neault, Debbie Wilson, Lauren 
Waldman, Barbara Vella. Row 2: 
Jane Troiano, Roberta Vincent, 
Janet Vigneault, Sue Wolfson, Mar- 
garet Winters, Christine Vecchia- 
relli, Sandra Tougias. Row 3: Dee 
Triouleyre. Row 4: Don Zucco, 
Robert Wainstein, Steve Williams, 
Tim Walbridge, Mr. Burke, Robert 
Williams, Lance Van Dolson. 




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SOPHOMORES ARE POSED with senior brothers and sisters. 
Row 1: Sue Guertin, Melissa Dawson, Nancy Arnold, Betsy 
Merrill, Pete Devine, Margaret Van Gaasbeck, Janet Conti, 
Mary Ryder, Carol Koetsch. Row 2: Bob Guertin, Greg Daw- 



son, Ken Dawson, Charlie Arnold, Scott Merrill, Carol Devine, 
Bob Van Gaasbeck, Bob Conti, Barb Ryder, Diane Koetsch, 
Frank Masterson. 



At last were not last! . . . two years 




SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICERS Sharon Black, secretary, 
Sharon Nuger, treasurer, Paul Kigali, president, and Don 
Fisher, vice president, learn to assume responsibility in L.H.S. 
affairs. 



two years gone . . . sophomores in the middle . . . look 
at those seniors, big-tall, grown-up . . . first year drill 
team, cheering . . . boys on J. V. and varsity-no-less. 

new sophomore courses — history, composition, smsg: 
fourteen hundred and ninety-two columbus sailed the 
ocean blue . . . watch that parallel structure ... be 
specific . . . the intersection of one set with another" is 
. . . Red Badge of Courage, Merchant of Venice . . . 
research, writing, figuring. 

sophomores in the middle ... a few leaders, many fol- 
lowers . . . Paul, Don, Sharon, Donna . . . more class 
dues . . . December dance in the fog . . . four years in 
all, only two more to go . . . two years gone, only two 
more to go. 



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Row 1: Linda Masterson, Martha Atwood, Bob Warwick, Sue 
Underwood, Jane Cohen, Reed Lincoln, Dennis Orsi, Dick 
Avella, Bob Hollister. Row 2: Harlan Atwood, John Warwick, 



Roger Wilson, Rich Cohen, Ann Lincoln, Bob Orsi, Joyce 
Avella. Ken Hollister. 



down and two to go! 




MRS. LAVIN AND MR. ALDRICH guide the soph- 
omores. 



HOPING FOR A SUCCESSFUL YEAR are the members of the Sopho- 
more Class Council: Laura Shatz, Laurie Bewick, David Clark, Debbie 
Fuller, Connie Katz, John Peverly, Peter Darling, Jean Spallino, Phyllis 
Young. 

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HOME ROOM 225 

Row I: Cynthia Benton, Carol 
Blakeman, Martha Atwood, Susan 
Benton, Priscilla Barnes, Joyce 
Baker, Jacqueline Black. Row 2: 
Gail Bacon, Carolyn Alstrom, 
Nancy Arnold, Deborah Blake, Cyn- 
thia Bishop, Laura Bewick. Row 3: 
Robert Basdekis, Dwight Bartlett, 
Gary Blake, Daniel Bloom, Michael 
Anziano, Harvey Bond, John Bart- 
lett. Row 4: Larry Berkeley, Rich- 
ard Baron, Mr. Nesbitt. 



We emerge into school activities: Jet Jotter, Drill Team, 



HOME ROOM 226 

Row 1: Deborah Chasens, Sara 
Chilson, Jane Cohen, Sherry Cohen, 
Nancy Cochran, Lissa Clarke, Janet 
Conti. Row 2: Don Brissett, David 
Cross, Dan Burns, David Clark, 
Tom Corbett, Judy Cogswell. Row 
3: Gary Burnett, Jack Corcoran, 
Pete Chalke, Mr. Aldrich, James 
Chivers, Ken Cohen. 







SMILING SOPHOMORES, Art 
Fox, Sharon Nuger, Connie Katz, 
and Julie Katten search for know- 
ledge in the library. 



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HOME ROOM 227 

Row 1: Frances Frank, Joyce De- 
bien, Aviva Davis,' Sharon Black, 
Lynn Epstein, Sally Elliott, Melissa 
Dawson. Row 2: Lauren Feinstein, 
Karen Fisher, Cindy Ellis, Nancy 
Ehrlich, Mary-Jane Dyson, Nancy 
Dale. Row 3: Peter Devine, Anne 
Exley, Jennifer Daley, Pete Darling, 
Alastair Fordyce. Row 4: John 
Davis, Jim Davenport, Mr. Ahern. 




cheering, j.v and varsity sports— we have it made! 




HOME ROOM 228 

Row 1: Randi Gelfman, Sandy 
Greenberg, Judith Haaxma, Cheryl 
Hammerich, Barbara Gordon, Joan 
Guernsey, Sue Hall. Row 2: Rich- 
ard Hale, Richard Fredette, Bev- 
erly Grzywacz, Carolyn Frost, Deb- 
die Fuller, Donald Brissett. Row 3'- 
Thomas Haberlin, James Gimaldi, 
David Gloth, Fred Guiliani, Peter 
Darling, Al Fordyce. Row 4: David 
Hadick, Mr. Marsian. 



HOME ROOM 240 

Row 1 : Sue Hayes, Michele Lane- 
tot, Andrea Haurilla, Beth Keegan, 
Darryl Krim, Karen Kielbasa, Bon- 
nie Kurth. Row 2: Connie Katz, 
Barbara Harris, Marcia Hennick, 
Adrianne Heafitz, Carolyn Jones, 
Nancy Haskell. Row 3: Pete Ja- 
lonen, Julie Katten, Mrs. Pelczar- 
ski, Carolyn Koetsch, Rich Kamp. 



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HOME ROOM 241 

Row 1: Linda Masterson, Barbara 
Mc Cann, Linda Mazer, Sandy Lip- 
son, Jean Leavitt, Cindy Leete, Sue 
Mc Collister. Row 2: Brad Marcus, 
Daniel Lavin, Ruth Low, Jane 
Marcy, Marc MacDonald, Bill Mc- 
Intyre. Row 3: Reed Lincoln, Steve 
Matchak, Dan Mastromatteo, Ed 
Lowe, Earl McLeod, Richard Leve- 
ton, Mr. Kahan. 



This is the year of the sinister Shylock, the 



HOME ROOM 242 

Row 1 : Barbara Meikeljohn, Betsey 
Merrill, Heather Mudgett, Paige 
Price, Shelley Petluck, Pamela 
Pace. Row 2: John Peverly, Miss 
Warren, Nancy Mulcahy, Carol 
Preston, Elise Nannen, Mark Meu- 
nier. Row 3: Dennis Orsi, Frank 
Meeske, David Michelman, Ed 
Merrill, Douglas Newton, Richard 
Orell. Row 4: Kevin Morrison, 
Stephen Neflf. 



HOME ROOM 243 

Rou i J: Mary Ryder, Jamie Ron- 
aldson, Laura Shatz, Diane Shapiro, 
Barbara Robinson, Margaret Rod- 
ney, Nancy Shoemaker, Patricia 
Ray. Row 2: Miss Sherman, Sue 
Rossiger, Nancy Schroeder, Jean 
Spallino, Kathleen Regan, William 
Rubin. Row 3: Paul Schneider, 
Henry Rigali, Philip Ryan, Raphael 
Sagalyn, Sumner Saffer, Lennie 
Shatz. 



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HOME ROOM 244 

Row 1 : Barbara Smith, Barbara 
Siegel, Susan Soloman, Debbie 
Shusman, Linda Solberg, Connie 
Smith, Sherryl Smith. Row 2: Mr. 
Standish, Roger Tincknell, Randy 
Vanbeenan, Patricia Tierney, Mark 
Sullivan, Bill Squires. Row 3: James 
Temple, Louis Sophinos, Steve 
Trebbin, Livingston Van de Water, 
Robert Thompson, Michael Sweeney, 
Peter Squires. 



HOME ROOM 246 

Row 1 : Adrienne Wolfe, Margaret 
Van Gaasbeck, Anita Wendell, 
Faith Whitehead, Barbara Zerwitz, 
Cynthia Watts, Phillis Young. Rou 
2: Peter Wender, Geraldine West, 
Gail Wiskoski, Carol Zandan, Mary 
Wood, Jeff Weisser. Rou- 3: Mr. 
Whittaker, Charles Wahl, Jim War- 
ner, Robert Warwick, Mark Vec- 
chiarelli, Jeff Wilkinson. 



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ITS THE SECOND STRAIGHT YEAR for secretary Anne Wallace, president 
Bart Frisbie, vice-president Jeff Diamond, and treasurer Connie Young. 



three years of work gone now, only one left 
. . . gone and so quickly . . . homework — 
work one more year of fun . . . Bart, Jeff, 
Anne, Connie our officers for a second year 
. . . it's all been so fast . . . college boards, 
AFS applications, the prom. 

had to work harder this year — college com- 
ing . . . college and where shall we apply — 
gotta think — think about it now . . . good 
luck . . . but wait — we're upperclassmen 
and we'll be seniors . . . unbelievable . . . 
college visitations. 

work and fun and more responsibilities . . . 
we can drive now — watch out . . . fall win- 
ter spring and suddenly we'll be seniors . . . 
and we study and worry and laugh and play 
and study, and love it . . . only one more 
year. 



The year of the big tests— PS. AT. and National 



OUR CLASSES WERE SHORTER because of assembly! 





THIS CLASS COUNCIL MEETING can't be that dull, Ken," say Holly Clark, Debbie 
Carl, Rick Whittey, Sue Filkins, Sally Hutchins, and Fran Mirkin to Ken Siegel. 



Merit Qualifying Exam. 



LUCKY SENIORS POSE with junior brothers and sisters: Richard 
and Sue Edwards, Sue and Becky Baxter, and Robin and Sue Hart. 





"OK, YOU CARRY IT, Miss Lynch!" quips Mr. Rep- 
pucci about the advisors' record book. 



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HOME ROOM 12 

Row I: Sharon Nuger, Ann Throne, 
Penny Baum, Sue Alport, Nancy 
Candib, Ann Kent, JiU Parker, 
Julie Williams. Row 2: Joanne 
Lutz, Donna Greenberg, Madalyn 
Weiner, Carolyn Alspach, Christine 
Whittlesey, Vicky Boucher, Connie 
Ramberg, Dick Flint. Row 3: 
Charles Poole, Jim Sleeper, Don 
Ferris, Myles Cooley, Stuart Gold- 
stein, Harris Parowsky, Stuart Co- 
hen. Row 4: Arthur Fox, Mr. Lynch, 
John King, Alan Kibbe, Don Mit- 
chell, Bob Lowe, Dave Leeper. 



HOME ROOM 13 

Row 1 : Ardeth Eisner, Sue Troiano, 
Roberta Bernstein, Joanne Gloth, 
Barb Fisher, Debbie Babb, Diane 
Koetsch. Row 2: Marion Bartlett, 
Joan Finn, Judy Ryan, Carol Sun- 
ter, Martha Russell, Holly Clark, 
Helen Triouleyre, Jeanine Brady. 
Row 3: Miss Steele, Larry Cooley, 
Bart Frisbie, Tom Adams, Steve 
Ehrlich. Row 4: Vico Baer, Ross 
Appleman, Fred Reardon, Jeff Dia- 
mond, Bruce McCullough. 



HOME ROOM 210 

Row 1 : Mrs. Lavin, Gretchen Bal- 
thaser, Carol Atwood, Nancy Brig- 
ham, Janet Bardach, Ruth Bourque, 
Linda Bostwick, Becky Baxter. Row 
2: Johnny Boltrucyk, Marsha Barra, 
Kaki Beilby, Amy Black, Sallie 
Abrahamsen, Doug Bishop. Row 3: 
Jim Baxter, Mike Abbott, John 
Brettman, Dick Bessel, Pete 
Adriance, Dan Betshur. 



We killed Caesar, foiled Shy lock, destroyed 



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HOME ROOM 211 

Row 1: Chris Coughlan, Barbara 
Brown, Joan Corbett, Sue Childs, 
Linda Childs, Joanne Davenport, 
Marlene Cutler. Row 2: George 
Corcoran, Bruce Curran, Debbie 
Carr, Barbara Brinkman, Jim Burns, 
Carl Craft. Row 3: John Carpenter, 
Jeff Cochran, Bob Busby, Pete Bus- 
cemi, Mr. Suher. 



HOME ROOM 212 

Row 1: Diane Dzwilewski, Sue Fil- 
kins, Joyce Diver, Marg Donovan, 
Donna Faubert, Lynn Farrell, Lynn 
Fleming. Row 2: Don Fleming, 
Brian Dee, Sue Edwards, Ronnie 
Fieldman, Mrs. Leab, Hank Ellis, 
Norman Francis. 




Macbeth— now to conquer Hamlet 




HOME ROOM 213 

Row 1: Ray Holmes, Terry Guen- 
ther, Marlene Gurland, Debbie 
Hirshfield, Janis Hernberg, Sally 
Hutchings, Bob Goodhue. Row 2: 
Fred Hoekstra, Al Gorrod, Pete 
Graham, Charlie Hayes, Paul Horn- 
stead, John Hyland. Rote 3: Jack 
Gushue, Frank Franko, John Hu- 
lette, Mr. Houle, Mike Jalonen. 



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HOME ROOM 214 

Row 1: Linda Malstrom, Cynthia 
Manzi, Jean Kelly, Dana Litdefield, 
Ellen Katz, Sandy Levy, Ellen Judd. 
Row 2: Mrs. Meder, Richard Ka- 
gan, Joleno Longo, Nancy Leavett, 
Robert Johnson, Richard Johnson. 
Row 3: Paul Jones, Robert Johnson, 
John Lyons, George Lagassa, 
Thomas Leab, Barclay Macon, Rob- 
ert Lincoln. 



HOME ROOM 215 

Row 1: Cathy Maxwell, Vivian Mc- 
Geoghan, Molly Moorman, Debbie 
Mitchell, Sally Mayock, Beth Moak- 
ler, Joyce Mulkerin. Row 2: Rick 
Marchese, Bob Miklaski, Hedy Nag- 
gar, Steve Munn, Jim Martin, Fran 
Mirkin. Row 3: Gary Milsop, Bill 
Moore, Mr. Villeneuve, Ned New- 
hauser, Clint Paige, Steve Neigher. 



General Science, biology, chemistry— physics) 



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"I ENJOY being a girl," sings Sally 
Mayock at the Talent Show. 



HOME ROOMS 222 

223 

Row 1 : Linda Palczynski, Pat Stelt- 
zer, Mariann Santaniello, Bev Smith, 
Sue Pringle, Vicki Patterson, Carol 
Tebaldi. Row 2: Carol Popham, 
Shari Skowyra, Linda Thompson, 
Carolyn Pulvirenti, Ken Seigel, 
Gary Tampone, Robert Pool, Mr. 
Daniels. 




Senior year is coming—will we make it? 




HOME ROOM 224 

Row 1 : Mr. Wiley, Laura Vig- 
neault, Linda Wensley, Deborah 
Weise, Julie Winters, Christine 
Zacarian. Row 2: John Kochanow- 
ski, Peter Wulk, Philip Sellers, John 
Wilson, Ronald Waiksnoris, Arnold 
Zamansky. 



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First Bob, then Clark, Ben, and Ben again . 




SENIORS SELECTED Ann Lincoln, secretary, Ben Boynton, 
president, Margie Lauer, treasurer, and Roger Wilson, vice- 
president, to lead them as senior officers. 



at last — the others are so small — at last we're seniors 
. . . girls filled out and prettier . . . boys hard and heav- 
ier . . . self-assured and purposeful . . . Ben, Roger, Ann 
and Margie — class of '65 . . . college applications, visi- 
tations, acceptances . . . outside reading, research papers, 
tests and tests and tests . . . senior dance — we made a 
profit . . . we're older now. 

aggressive, tall and proud . . . our team will win . . . 
win the game this Saturday or Wednesday-or-Friday 
night . . . and senior prom and night that never ends 
. . . and cap and gown ... a gift . . . Masacksic dedica- 
tion . . . gowns so long and black . . . it's almost over 
. . . shall we come in a fire engine, on a crane — or how? 
. . . over in what seemed like a few short months . . . 
weeks . . . days. 



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MR. HOOPER AND MRS. DOLGIN encouraged and supervised the senior class. 



four years of leadership for the Class of '65. 



SETTING CLASS POLI- 
CY were Richard Cohen, 
Sharon Dyer, John Pres- 
ton, Peter Miller, Steve 
Wilson, Al Harwood, and 
Bob Levine. 




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LOIS CAROL ABRAHAMS 

90 Crestview Circle 

Lo 

Remembered for her clothes 



ROBERT MICHAEL 

ABRAMS 

604 Laurel Street 

Howdy 

Remembered for his boat 




CATHLYNN HOPE ADAMS 

80 Wenonah Road 

Cathy 

Remembered for giving rides 

in her Saab 



CHARLES EDSON 

ADAMS II 

186 Converse Street 

Chuck 

Remembered for playing Emile 

in South Pacific 



We came . . . we saw . 



CHRISTINE ADAMS 

1175 Longmeadow Street 

Chris 

Remembered for her interest 

in skiing 




THOMAS EDWARD 

ADAMS 

81 Massachusetts Avenue 

Tom 

Remembered for his 

amiable personality 




VERONICA ANN ALBERTS 

162 Cedar Road 

Ronni 

Remembered as Junior 

Prom Queen 

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MARGARET ALDRICH 

18 Maple Road 

Peggy 

Remembered for being helpful 



STEPHEN WINTHROP 
ALDRICH 

1 1 1 Colton Place 

Steve 

Remembered for his 

muscular physique 



SUSAN NANCY ALPORT 

50 Warren Terrace 

Sue 

Remembered for her poetry 





CAROLYN AYRES 
ALSPACH 

918 Longmeadow Street 
Remembered for her dramatics 



WILLIAM S. ALSTROM 

20 Oakwood Place 

Bill 

Remembered for being the 
first to leave classes 



LINDA INEZ ALTMAN 

29 Wilkin Drive 

Remembered for her 

gracious manner 



ALAN WALTER 

ANDERSON 

192 Captain Road 

Al 

Remembered for taking 

Latin IV 



we prospered. 



ROBERT EDWARD 

ANDERSON 

46 Robin Road 

Bob 

Remembered for requesting 

library passes 





FRANK JOSEPH 

ANZALOTTI 

132 Tedford Drive 

Remembered for his bass voice 




CHARLES SECORD 

ARNOLD 

84 Benedict Terrace 

Charlie 

Remembered as Western Mass. 

880 Champ 



HARLAN SOUTHWORTH 
ATWOOD 

956 Longmeadow Street 

Remembered for his 

rosy cheeks 




CHARLIE ARNOLD 
WINS the 1964 West- 
ern Mass. 880 run in 
2:02.2. 



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JOYCE MARGARET 


DEBORAH ALDEN BABB 


r 


AVELLA 


147 Hillcrest Avenue 


+ - - 


76 Sheffield Avenue 


Debbie 




Remembered for her 


Remembered for her 




quiet manner 


blonde hair 



One carefree freshman year, then . 



VICO E. BAER 

49 Eunice Drive 

Remembered for his off-beat 

sense of humor 




MARION DEL BARTLETT 

458 Williams Street 
Remembered for her laughter 




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ELIZABETH SUZANNE 

BAXTER 

65 Rugby Road 

Sue 

Remembered as a loyal 

soccer fan 



TIMOTHY CHARLES 

BEAULIEU 

1077 Longmeadow Street 

Tim 

Remembered for his 

brand-new Chevrolets 




SUSAN JANE BENSON 

AG Westmoreland Avenue 

Sue 

Remembered for her ambition 

to be a gym instructor 



BARRY STEVEN BERG 

30 Wilkin Drive 

Remembered for being thrifty 




ROBERTA HOPE 


DAVID M. BLAKEMAN 


JANIS C. BLOSSOM 


BENJAMIN B. BOYNTON 


BERNSTEIN 


66 Colton Place 


38 Shady Knoll Drive 


32 Converse Street 


698 Laurel Street 


Dave 


Remembered for her long hair 


Ben 


Bert 


Remembered for his effort 




Remembered for his 


lemembered for her 






1902 Harley 


individualistic style 









we adjusted. 



JEANINE MARIE BRADY 

23 Riverview Avenue 

Remembered for her versatility 

in the orchestra 





DONNA LEE BRAY 

174 Longmeadow Street 

Remembered for her beautiful 

alto voice 








PATRICIA MARION 


DANIEL JORGE BUSTELO 


NANCY CANDIB 


JUDITH ROBERTA 


BURKE 


Billingherst 2559, 


172 Shaker Road 


CAPLAN 


64 Lawnwood Avenue 


Buenos Aires, Argentina 


Remembered for winning a 


74 Hawthorne Street 


Pat 


Dan 


blue ribbon at Madison Square- 


Judi 


Remembered for preferring 


Remembered for his 


Garden horse show. 


Remembered for being 


the name Pat to Marion 


tinted glasses 




a majorette 



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JOHN TOWER CARTER 

33 Western Drive 

Remembered for his 

side-burns 



ROBERT CHALERO 

827 Maple Road 

Bob 

Remembered for his 

participation in Civil Air Patrol 



FRANK LORING COES 

53 Glenwood Circle 

Remembered for his 

beat-up scooter 



PETER B. COES 

53 Glenwood Circle 

Pete 

Remembered for his art work 



RICHARD ZANE COHEN 

11 Forest Glen Road 

Satcb 

Remembered for his dark hair 



"Friends, Romans, countrymen . . . 




ROBERT CLARK CONTI 

123 Massachusetts Avenue 

Bob 

Remembered for his winning 

the Principal's award 




WILLIAM VanVORHIS 

COOK, JR. 

91 Wenonah Road 

Bill 

Remembered for his green jeep 

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MYLES LEE COOLEY 

134 Englewood Road 

Remembered for his 

prowess in tennis 



TERRILL UNDERWOOD 
COON 

132 Longfellow Drive 

Terry 

Remembered for her crash 

helmet and goggles 




KAETHE MARIE COSGRIFF 

10 Elmwood Avenue 
Remembered for her freckles 




BRADLEY CRAIG 


DONNA BEA CRANE 


10 Chatham Road 


54 Deepwoods Drive 


Brad 


Remembered for always being 


Remembered for his 


called Jackie 


handwriting 






We weren't that small were we? 



JACQUELYN ANN CRANE 

54 Deepwoods Drive 

Jackie 

Remembered for having 

a freckle 




PHILIP WILLIAM DALESSIO 

132 Converse Street 

Phil 

Remembered as 

"Mr. Busy Arm" 





MICHAEL JOSEPH 

D'ANGELO 

193 Wolf Swamp Road 

Mike 

Remembered as a 

red-haired mischievous Italian 



CHARLENE ANN 
DAVANZO 

34 Greenwich Road 
Remembered as a 
skiing enthusiast 



SANDRA LYNN DAVIS 

80 Hopkins Place 

Sandi 

Remembered for her 

Fall River accent 



GREGORY LANCE 

DAWSON 

123 Colton Place 

Greg 

Remembered for liking sports 

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KENNETH WILLIAM 


EDWARD FRANCIS 


JANET MARION DEDONIS 


CAROL MARGARET 


DAWSON 


DEBEIN 


53 Berwick Road 


DEVINE 


123 Col ton Place 


117 Longmeadow Street 


Remembered for 


85 Pleasantview Avenue 


Ken 


Ed 


her gregariousness 


Remembered for her 


Remembered for his love 


Remembered for his interest 




sense of humor 


of the outdoors 


in horsepower 







While J. F. K. handled the Cuban missile 



FLOYD DONALD DRAKE 

43 Hopkins Place 

Don 

Remembered for his ambition 

to be a minister 





SHARON ANNE DYER 
90 Shaker Road 

Remembered for the atomic 
energy assembly 





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RICHARD BARBER 

EDWARDS 

126 Colton Place 

Torch 

Remembered for his 

volatile personality 



STEVEN EDWARD 

EHRLICH 

524 Laurel Street 

Steve 

Remembered as a dissenter 




ROBERT WILLIAM EMERY 

179 Longmeadow Street 

Bob 

Remembered as a gymnast 



HAIDEE JUNE FALCONER 

33 Summit Avenue 

Remembered for her 

unusual name 



RICHARD ALAN 

FALKENBERG 

137 Wheelmeadow Drive 

Falky 

Remembered for his 

love of hunting 



JOSEPH JOHN FEDE 

97 Yarmouth Street 

Joe 

Remembered for working at 

the Pizza Shoppe 



crisis, E. G. C. handled us sophomores. 



CAROL BETH FELDMAN 

62 Converse Street 
Remembered as the secretary 




DONALD THEODORE 

FERRIS 

20 Roseland Terrace 

Don 

Remembered for 

"Looking at Sports" 





RONALD CAMPBELL 

FISHER 

162 Field Road 

Ron 

Remembered as a 

sports-car enthusiast 



SUSAN CAROL FISHER 

80 Arlington Road 

Sue 

Remembered for Richie 



EDWARD CHARLES 

FITZSIMMONS 

21 Fairfield Terrace 

Elliot 

Remembered for his driving 



GLENDA GAIL FLIER 

34 Laurel Lane 

Remembered for her long 

finger nails 



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RICHARD ALAN FLIER 
86 Hawthorne Street 

Rich 
Remembered for Sue 



PATRICIA ANN FORTIN 

108 Oakwood Drive 

Pat 

Remembered for her love of 
horseback riding 



ROBERT CHARLES 

FRANKLIN 
25 White Oaks Drive 

Bob 

Remembered for his 

attempts at psychoanalysis 



JANE MARION 

FREEDMAN 

34 Ellington Street 

]ane 

Remembered for always 

being prepared 



South Pacific . . . highlight of our sophomore 



COLIN MATTHEW 

FULLER 

110 Ely Road 

Remembered for his 

good-natured mischief 




MANUEL HERNANDO 

GALAN 

123 Westmoreland Avenue 

Hernando 

Remembered for his 

Colombian mannerisms 







LE JAMES GALLOWAY 


PATRICIA MARIA GLYNN 


STUART DAVID 


LINDA JOAN GOODELL 


170 Laurel Street 


166 Yarmouth Street 


GOLDSTEIN 


40 Ely Road 


Jim 


Pat 


101 Englewood Road 


Remembered for her good luck 


Remembered as the 


Remembered for always joking 


Remembered for his 




school Republican 




car accidents 





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DENNIS MICHAEL GOULD 


JOEL MARK GREENFELD 


DIANE GROSCHKE 


PHYLLIS SUSAN 


76 Barclay Street 
Denny 


130 Woodside Drive 
Joel 


73 Stirling Street 
Remembered as always smiling 


GROSSMAN 
580 Laurel Street 


Remembered for his work 
on automobiles 


Remembered for his size 




Phyl 

Remembered for her 

mild manner 



year . . . with Chuck in the lead. 



ROBERT JOHN GUERTIN 

53 Franklin Road 

Bob 

Remembered for his unique 

tie clasps 




CAROLYN HERTHA HALL 

23 Gambia Road 

Emmarentia, Johannesburg 

South Africa 

Remembered for her crisp 

English accent 




RICHARD WAYNE HALL 

91 Shaker Road 

Rick 

Remembered for tinkering 

with cars 



SUSANNA CAROL HART 

39 Edgewood Avenue 

Zan 

Remembered for her art work 





1 

If 


1 







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ALAN DOUGLAS 

HARWOOD 

19 Oakwood Drive 

Al 

Remembered for 

his enthusiasm 



SUSAN S. HAYES 

114 Crescent Road 

Sue 

Remembered for her part in 

"A Happy Journey" 



Jim and Ronni reigned as 



ANDREA JANE HENRY 

118 Woodside Drive 

Andy 

Remembered for directing 

drill team 




LAURA S. HINKSON 

95 Hawthorne Street 

Laura 

Remembered for her activity 

in Junior Achievement 




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MARY FRANCES 

HOLLABAUGH 

55 Primrose Drive 

Mary 

Remembered as Red Cross 

Club president 



KENNETH ADAMS 

HOLLISTER 

52 Cooley Drive 

Hill 

Remembered for his '39 Ford 



GARY R. HOOPER 
17 Clairmont Street 

Hoop 

Remembered for his 

friendliness 



DOUGLAS POWELL 

HULETTE 

55 Western Drive 

Doug 

Remembered for his 

unobtrusive intelligence 




PETER HAWKES JENSEN 


CHARLES MATTHEWS 


ROBERT LEE JOLY 


JOHN PAUL KANA 


29 Crescent Road 


JOHNSON 


21 Elmwood Avenue 


1215 Longmeadow Street 


Pete 


131 Maple Road 


Bob 


John 


Remembered for his 


Charlie 


Remembered for his leadership 


Remembered for his 


sales technique 


Remembered for losing 
tennis balls 




distinctive gait 



King and Queen of Hearts. 



BARBARA DIANE KAPLAN 
54 Fernleaf Avenue 

Barb 

Remembered for her 

friendliness to everyone 



IRA H. KAPLAN 

80 Elmwood Avenue 

/ 

Remembered for 

his exaggeration 




JEFFREY BRUCE 
KAUFMAN 

36 Warwick Street 


STEPHEN CLAYTON 

KEISER 

46 Roseland Terrace 


DIANNE VIRGINIA 

KELLNER 

153 Viscount Road 


JOSEPH STEVEN KELLNER 

153 Viscount Road 

Steve 


Jeff 

Remembered as the 

school Democrat 


Crash 

Remembered for his part in 

the Talent Show 


Dianne 
Remembered for her trick knee 


Remembered for always 
playing golf 

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I 







JAMES STEPHEN KENARY 


JOHN LORD KING 


KATHY PERRY 


DIANE MARIE KOETSCH 


31 Woodside Drive 


121 Laurel Street 


KITTREDGE 


126 Oakwood Drive 


Jim 


Mush 


40 Briarcliff Road 


Diane 


Remembered as 


Remembered for his blushing 


Katrink 


Remembered as an 


Junior Prom King 




Remembered as a 
swimming enthusiast 


expert typist 



First money-making Junior Prom in school's history 



LINDA G. LANE 

452 Bliss Road 

Linda 

Remembered for her neatness 





CARLETON DAVID 

LARKIN 

74 Herbert Street 

Ace 

Remembered for playing to 

the grandstands in hockey 







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JAYNE DIANE 


MARJORIE ANN LAUER 


DAVID GARTH LEEPER 


JO-ANNE LEFF 


LAUBINGER 
79 Hazardville Road 


98 Hopkins Place 
Margie 


113 Osceola Lane 
David 


37 Ridge Road 
Jo 


Jayne 

Remembered for 

coquettish tendencies 


Remembered for her smile 


Remembered as a 
ham radio bug 


Remembered for her pigtails 




DOMINICK JOSEPH LEONE 

72 Fairview Street 

Don 

Remembered for falling 

off his cycle 



DONALD FREDERICK 

Le PAGE 

25 Robin Road 

Don 

Remembered as another Ringo 
with the drums 



thanks to Mrs. Dolgin and Mr. Hooper. 



DEBORAH MIRIAM 

LEVINE 

122 Hillcrest Avenue 

Debbie 

Remembered for poetry 

in Outlet 




ROBERT S. LEVINE 
76 Hazelwood Avenue 

Bob 

Remembered for his 

gold Mustang 





ROBERT KENNETH 

LEZINSKI 

76 Bel-Air Drive 

Bob 

Remembered for his 

characteristic piano-playing 



PAULA LOUISE LICHTER 

81 Wheelmeadow Drive 

Remembered as the shortest 

girl on the drill team 



ANN LINCOLN 

85 Western Drive 

Remembered for her grace 



LOIS FAYE LIPSON 

182 Captain Road 

Remembered for her loyalty 

to Classical 



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BARBARA BRENT MACON 

17 Farmington Avenue 

Barb 

Remembered for hosring an 

A.F.S. student 



HELENA FRANCIS MANZI 

1705 Longmeadow Street 

Remembered for her 

diamond ring 



BRIAN MILTON 

MARGOLIS 

28 Woodside Drive 

Remembered for his charm 



FRANK LEE MASTERSON 

73 Bel-Air Drive 

Bat 

Remembered for always 

drumming up something 



Roger and Marion led Longmeadow in our A. F. S. drive 



BRUCE REED 

McCULLOUGH 

56 Belleclaire Avenue 

Otto 

Remembered for having his 

shirt tail out 




FRANCES ANN McKEE 

504 Longmeadow Street 

Fran 

Remembered for her 

methodical manner 



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GAIL JOYCE McQUARRIE 

57 Barrington Road 

Remembered for her ability 

in Spanish 



PAMELA CAROL 

MEADOWS 

17 Sherwood Drive 

Pam 

Remembered for her histrionics 




At 



SCOTT KNOWLES 


PETER WAYNE MILLER 


ALAN REED MINER 


JOHN JUL VIS MORRIS 


MERRILL 

101 Benedict Terrace 


124 Dover Road 
Pete 


925 Williams Street 
Al 


147 Wimbleton Drive 
John 


Tool, Jr. 

Remembered for his 

down East accent 


Remembered for manipulating 
the soccer ball 


Remembered for his 
interest in electronics 


Remembered for his 
unassuming manner 



Carolyn and Dan told Longmeadow about their countries. 



ELIZABETH BICKLEY 

NEAL 

141 Pleasantview Avenue 

Betsy 

Remembered for ice skating 

every Thursday evening 




DAVID ROSS 

NISSENBAUM 

101 South Park Avenue 

Bomb 

Remembered for his great 

golf games 





STUART Y. OKUN 

160 Lynnwood Drive 

Stu 

Remembered as a staunch 

supporter of Barry Gold water 



MADELEINE BERNADENE KAREN BETH ORENSTEIN 



ONEIL 
851 Maple Road 

Mandy 
Remembered for 
changing schools 



166 Primrose Drive 
Remembered for her patience 



ROBERT GERALD ORSI 

20 Eton Road 

Bob 

Remembered for his 

conservative propensities 



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PETER JEFFREY OTTO 

73 Captain Road 

Pete 

Remembered for always 

taking movies 



DANA WILLIAM PAIGE 

42 Oakwood Drive 

Dana 

Remembered for his broken 

tennis rackets 



DONNA LEE PALMER 

24 Caravelle Drive 

Remembered for her 

patterned stockings 



CYNTHIA PARKER 

33 Mill Road 

C.C. 

Remembered for losing 

her shoe 



NORMAN B. PATTEN 

77 Barrington Road 

Norm 

Remembered as the goalie 



As seniors we assume the responsibility for 





CAROL JEAN PETRIE 

104 Cooley Drive 

Remembered for sewing 

her own clothes 







LYNN MARGARET 

PEVERLEY 

163 Hillcrest Avenue 

Pev 

Remembered for her dancing 

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RONALD WALTER 

PLAISANCE 

15 Bellevue Avenue 

Skip 

Remembered for catching 

fly balls 



JOHN SAMUEL PRESTON 
32 Longmeadow Street 

Dum-Dum 

Remembered as class 

brown-nose 



MARY SUE PROTZEL 

19 Osceola Lane 

Remembered for her 

individuality 




CONSTANCE ELISE 

RAMBERG 

16 Robin Road 

Connie 
Remembered for Grandmama's 
favorite song, "Far, Far Away" 



FREDERICK STEPHEN 

REARDON 

186 Viscount Road 

Rick 

Remembered for his poor 

sense of direction 



THOMAS A. REILLY 

1650 Longmeadow Street 

Tom 

Remembered for his hot rods 



JOSEPH A. RINALDI 

45 South Avenue 

Joe 

Remembered for his desire 
to graduate 



Longmeadows social and athletic life. 

II 



INA JUDITH ROBINSON 

120 Wilkin Drive 

Remembered for trying a 

variety of activities 




THOMAS EARL ROBSON 

1363 Longmeadow Street 

Tom 

Remembered as the budding 

architect from New Mexico 




ALBERT EDWARD ROSATI 

41 Cooley Drive 

Al 

Remembered for his 

Italian loyalties 



JEFFREY BOWMAN 
RUTHERFORD 

123 Longmeadow Street 

Jeff 

Remembered for his good looks 



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JUDITH ANN RYAN 
117 Edgewood Avenue 

Judy 

Remembered for ability 

in mathematics 




BARBARA ALLEN RYDER 

53 Hillside Terrace 

Barbie 

Remembered for operating the 

cafeteria cash registers 



RONALD DAVID SANDERS 

96 Bel-Air Drive 

Ron 

Remembered for participation 
in the Rifle Club 



"Lancers will shine tonight . . . 




PHILIP EARL SCHMIDT 

441 Maple Road 

Krout 

Remembered as number 42 




FRANCINE ANN SCIUTTO 

39 Drury Lane 

Fran 

Remembered for selling books 

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LINDA LEE SCOTT 

55 Fernleaf Avenue 

Lynne 

Remembered as a swift, 

sleek swimmer 




LELAND BARKER 

SEABURY 

160 Westmoreland Avenue 

Lee 

Remembered for his 

satirical humor 



CLARK ALEXANDER 

SHATTUCK 

12 Longmeadow Street 

Click 

Remembered as a Buttondown 




ROY R. SHEA 

125 Emerson Road 

Roy 

Remembered for having 

attended school in England 



SUSAN LEE SHEPARD 

133 Field Road 

Sue 

Remembered for her giggling 



JOEL NOAH LANDY 

SHUSMAN 

49 Edgewood Avenue 

Remembered for his national 

award-winning model cars 



LESLIE BOOTHBY SIMONS 

72 Greenacre Avenue 

Remembered for her 

synchronized swimming 



Connie, Jim become National Merit semi-finalists. 



SHARON ELEANOR 

SLATTERY 
180 Deepwoods Drive 

Whitey 
Remembered for her 
naturally blond hair 




JAMES ALAN SLEEPER 

64 Ridge Road 

Jim 

Remembered for his 

P. A. announcements 




DONALD P. SMITH 

32 Grassy Gutter Road 

Donald 

Remembered for his eloquence 



DOLORES DOROTHY 

SOULIERE 

49 Drury Lane 

Dee 

Remembered for her sketches 



CAROL LEE SUNTER 

109 Dover Road 

Remembered for her conquest 

of the balance beam 



LINDA JO TAFT 
106 Longview Drive 

Taftie 

Remembered for her 

graceful stature 



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HENRY HOWARD 


JOHN TETU 


DOUGLAS RUSSELL THAL 


SANDRA ILLENE THAL 


TALBERT 


101 Morningside Drive 


491 Laurel Street 


61 Laurel Lane 


1399 Longmeadow Street 


Remembered for his 


Doug 


Sandy 


Hank 


black socks 


Remembered for his art ability 


Remembered for Alfred E. 


Remembered for working 






Neuman for President 


at Friendly 's 









STANLEY ALLEN THAL 

491 Laurel Street 

Stan 

Remembered for his gold 

and white motorcycle 



"In 300 words or less write an autobiography 




WILLIAM RUSSELL 

THAYER 

95 Oakwood Drive 

Will 

Remembered for his 

whimsical sense 





DIANE GAIL TOMASSETTI 

162 Crescent Road 

Dee 

Remembered for her 

ebullient spirit 

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RONALD MARSHALL 
TRACHTENBERG 
123 Woodside Drive 

Ron 

Remembered for his 

encyclopedic mind 



SUSAN MARY TROIANO 

52 Maple Road 

Sue 

Remembered for having her 

finger in every pie 



JOHN BRUCE VanDOLSON 
27 Fernleaf Avenue 

Johnny 

Remembered for his 

spirited football playing 





ROBERT CLARK 
VanGAASBECK 


MARJORIE LOUISE 
ANDREA VANGSNESS 


83 Duxbury Lane 

Van 

lemembered for his 

paper route 


98 Hazardville Road 
Marji 

Remembered for taking a 
mechanical drawing course 



including... sometimes the pressures were too much. 



FREDERICK DELAND 

VARNEY, JR. 

168 Edge wood Avenue 

Ferd 

Remembered for his easy drawl 




RONNA ELLEN 

WAINSTEIN 

28 Yarmouth Street 

Ronni 

Remembered for her wit 





ICHAEL WALLBRIDGE 


GREGORY GARRETT 


JOHN DAVID WARWICK 


MADALYN MERLE 


14 Glenwood Circle 


WARD 


119 Wimbleton Drive 


WEINER 


Scratchy 


45 Riverview Avenue 


Remembered for his 


373 Frank Smith Road 


Remembered for his 


Moon 


hockey skill 


Mad 


political notebook cover 


Remembered as a staunch 




Remembered for her 




Bellotti partisan 




fractured French 



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MARIE EDITH WESTON 
86 Cooley Drive 

Remembered for driving the 
same brown car 



BRUCE LAWRENCE 

WILSON 

142 Crestview Circle 

Remembered for doing 

the unexpected 



ROGER SAMUEL WILSON 
142 Crestview Circle 

Dino 

Remembered for his 

A.F.S. assembly 



Four years . . . senior week . . . we danced 



STEPHEN HOWARD 

WILSON 

216 Ellington Road 

The Pea 

Remembered as the first one 

to be accepted at college 




CYNTHIA ANN WOZNIAK 

127 Bel- Air Drive 

Cindi 

Remembered for her 

fashionable appearance 






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WILLIAM N. WRIGLEY 
197 Hazardville Road 

Bill 

Remembered for his 

fascination with science 



DONNA MARIE ZIELINSKI 

330 Park Drive 

Remembered for her 

blue Jaguar 



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LISTENING TO COLIN Fuller are Warder Smith, Anne 
Wallace, Dave Taylor, Judy Haskinson, Carol Feldman, and 
Bob Orsi at a Domestic Exchange party. 



we reminisced . . . we graduated . . . and don't forget to write. 





LOIS CAROL ABRAHAMS— Masacksic, Patron Commit- 
tee 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; 
Glee Club 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 4; French Club 3, 4; Red 
Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Night 2, 3, 
4; Intramurals 1. 

ROBERT MICHAEL ABRAMS— Sophomore Dance; 
Junior Prom Committee; World Affairs Club 4; Intra- 
murals 3, 4. 

CATHLYNN HOPE ADAMS— Masacksic, Literary 3, 
4; Library Aide 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Future 
Teachers Club 3, 4; Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 
4; Sports Night 2; Intramurals 3, 4; Spanish Club 3. 

CHARLES EDSON ADAMS II— South Pacific 2; Talent 
Show 2, 3, 4; Funday 1; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 1, 2, 
3; Lyrics 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; All-State Chorus; District Chorus 
1, 2, 3, 4; Boys' Chorus 4; All-Eastern Chorus 4. 

CHRISTINE ADAMS— Masacksic, Ads and Patrons 3, 
4; Cafeteria Aide 2; Library Aids 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 3; Red Cross Club 
4; Ski Club 3, 4; Cycloramists 2, 3, 4; Business Club 3, 
4; Sports Night 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 

THOMAS EDWARD ADAMS— National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4, President 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter 
of Commendation; Williams Book Award; H. R. Repre- 
sentative 2, 3, 4; Masacksic, Literary 4; Service Squad 
4; Leaders' Club 4; Junior Prom Committee; Varsity 
Baseball 3, 4; J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

VERONICA ANN ALBERTS— Junior Prom Comit- 
tee; Junior Prom Queen; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 
3; Girls' Chorus 4; Riding Club 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Sports 
Night 3, 4; Intramurals 4. 

MARGARET ALDRICH— Glee Club 2; Red Cross Club 
1; Business Club 3, 4; Sports Night 3; Lancer Bookstore 
3,4. 

STEPHEN WINTHROP ALDRICH— Talent Show 3; 
Orchestra 2, 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 

SUSAN NANCY ALPORT— Usher for graduating 
class of 1964; Jet Jotter, Literary 3, advertising manager 
4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee, chairman; 
Junior Prom Queen Candidate; Freshman Chorus; Glee 
Club 2; Creative Writing Club 1; Red Cross Club 1, 2; 
Ski Club 2; Cheerleading 4; Sports Night 2, 3, 4; Intra- 



murals 1, 2, 3, 4; Jet Team, captain 4; Pep Club, co- 
chairman 3; Outlet, literary editor 3, co-editor 4; Latin 
Club; Domestic Exchange Student 4. 

CAROLYN AYRES ALSPACH— Class Council 1; Jet 
Jotter, staff writer 3, 4; 3 1-act plays 3; South Pacific 2; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Freshman 
Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; Lyrics 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; 
Red Cross Club 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 4. 

WILLIAM S. ALSTROM— National Merit Scholarship 
Letter of Commendation; Jet Jotter, literary 3, features 
editor 4; Service Squad 4; French Club 3; World Affairs 
Club 4; Intramurals 3. 

LINDA INEZ ALTMAN — Junior Prom Committee; 
French Club 3; Future Teachers Club 4. 

ALAN WALTER ANDERSON— Entered L.H.S. in 
September 1964. 

ROBERT EDWARD ANDERSON— Entered L.H.S. in 
September 1963. 

FRANK JOSEPH ANZALOTTI— National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Masacksic, photography 4; Freshman Chorus; 
Glee Club 2, 3; Lyrics 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Western Massachusetts District Music Festival 2. 

CHARLES SECORD ARNOLD— Usher for graduating 
class of 1964; West. Mass. Championship Track 880 yard 
run, 1964; Student Council 4; Service Squad 4; Leaders' 
Club 3, 4; World Affairs Club 2, 3; Varsity Football 3, 
co-captain 4; J. V. Football 2; Freshman Football; Fresh- 
man Basketball; Wrestling 3, co-captain 4; Track 2, 3, 
4, co-captain 3; Intramurals 1. 

HARLAN SOUTHWORTH ATWOOD— Class Council 
4; Masacksic, business staff 4; Service Squad 4; Intramur- 
als 1, 2, 3, 4; French Club 3; Math Club 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; National Honor Society 4. 

JOYCE MARGARET AVELLA— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember 1963; Business Club 3. 

DEBORAH ALDEN BABB— Masacksic, business, typing, 
patrons 4; Office Aide 3; Talent Show 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; Ski Club 

2, 3, 4; Riding Club 2; Cycloramists 2; Business Club 2, 

3, 4; Sports Night 2; Intramurals 1. 

VICO E. BAER — Masacksic, photography 3, 4; Freshman 
Chorus; Glee Club 2; French Club 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 3, 4; Tennis Team 3, 4; Science Club 2. 



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MARION DEL BARTLETT— National Honor Society 3, 
4, tutoring chairman 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter 
of Commendation 4; Masacksic, literary 3, 4; Language 
Lab Aide 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Orchestra 1, 2, 

3, 4; secretary 3; French Club 2,3; American Field Service 
Finalist; World Affairs Club 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Sports 
Night 2, 3; Intramurals 1; A.F.S. Club 3, 4, chairman 4; 
5oa/A Pacific 2; Orchestra 2. 

ELIZABETH SUZANNE BAXTER— Entered L.H.S. in 
September 1963; Leaders' Club 4; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Red Cross Club 3, 4; Ski Club 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; 
Girls' Field Hockey 3; Domestic Exchange Student 4. 

TIMOTHY CHARLES BEAULIEU— Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; J. V. Football 3; Freshman Football; Hockey 1, 

2, 3, 4; Track 1, 2; Intramurals. 

SUSAN JANE BENSON— Leaders' Club 4; Office Aide 
4; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 4; 
Red Cross Club 2; Ski Club 2, 4; Riding Club 2, 3, 4; 
Drill Team 3, 4; Sports Night 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 

BARRY STEVEN BERG— Masacksic, business 4; World 
Affairs Club 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERTA HOPE BERNSTEIN— Afawakwc, literary 3, 

4, co-editor 4; French Club 3, 4; Future Teachers Club 2, 

3, 4; Debate Club 4; Library Aide 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 
4; Intramurals 1; Outlet 3, 4. 

DAVID M. BLAKEMAN— Service Squad 4; Audio- 
Visual Aid Club 1; Varsity Football 4; J. V. Football 2, 3; 
Freshman Football; Wrestling 2, 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 
4; J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball. 

JANIS C. BLOSSOM— Entered L.H.S. in September 1964. 

BENJAMIN B. BOYNTON— Usher for graduating class 
of 1964; Class president 3, 4; Class council 1, 2; Service 
Squad 4; Leaders' Club 4; Junior Prom Committee, Junior 
Prom King Candidate; Business Club 3, 4; Varsity Foot- 
ball 3, co-captain 4; J. V. Football 2; Freshman Football 
Track 1, 2; Intramurals 2. 

JEANINE MARIE BRADY— National Honor Society 4; 
Masacksic, literary 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Office Aide 1, 2, 3, 
4; Junior Prom Committee; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; French 
Club 3; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3; World Affairs Club 
3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Outlet 3, editor 4. 



DONNA LEE BRAY— Masacksic, chairman of sales 4; 
Leaders' Club 4; 5V>#/£ Pacific 2; Talent Show 4; Junior 
Prom Committee, chairman; Junior Prom Queen Candi- 
date; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Lyrics, 1, 

2, 3, 4; Red Cross Club 3, 4; Drill Team 4; Sports Night 

3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 

PATRICIA MARION BURKE— Cafeteria Aids 2, 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee; Red Cross Club 1, 2; Ski Club 

2,3. 

DANIEL JORGE BUSTELO— Entered L.H.S. in Septem- 
ber 1964; National Honor Society, honorary member 4; 
Student Council, honorary member 4; Math Club 4; 
American Field Service Club 4, exchange student 4. 

NANCY CANDIB— Entered L.H.S. in September 1962; 
National Honor Society 4; Jet Jotter, literary 3, circulation 
manager 4; Latin Club 4; French Club 3; Riding Club, 
president 3, 4; Sports Night 2, 3; Gym Team 4; Intra- 
murals 3, 4; Softball Team 3. 

JUDITH ROBERTA CAPLAN— Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Freshman Chorus; Riding Club 2, 3, 4; Majorette 
2, 3, 4 . 

JOHN TOWER CARTER— Service Squad 4; Leaders- 
Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; 
J. V. Football 2; Freshman Soccer; Hockey 2, 3, 4; Track 
2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4; Lyrics 1, 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 1, 2, 
3. 

ROBERT CHALERO— Band 1; Wrestling 3, 4; Track 3, 
4; Intramurals 4. 

FRANK LORING COES— Student Council 1, 2, 3; Ser- 
vice Squad 4; Junior Prom Committee; Cycloramists 1; 
Track 1, 2. 

PETER B. COES — Masacksic, art 3; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Cycloramists 3; Art Contest, second prize 2. 

RICHARD ZANE COHEN— Class Council 3, 4; Mas- 
acksic, advertising 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Red 
Cross Club 2; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERT CLARK CONTI— Service Squad 4; 3 1-act 
plays 3; S£z» of Our Teeth 1; 5o#^ Pacific 2; Varsity 
Football 4; J. V. Football 2, 3; Freshman Football; Intra- 
murals 1, 3, Principal's Award 3. 




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WILLIAM VAN VORHIS COOK, JR.— Service Squad 4; 
Red Cross Club 4; Ski Club 3; Varsity Soccer 4; J. V. 
Soccer 1, 2; Freshman Basketball; Varsity Baseball 4; 
J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball; Intramurals 2, 3. 

MYLES LEE COOLEY— Jet Jotter 3, sports co-editor 4; 
Service Squad 4; Leaders' Club 4; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Freshman Basketball; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; Domestic Ex- 
change Student 4. 

TERRILL UNDERWOOD COON— Entered L.H.S. in 
September 1962; National Honor Society 4; Leaders' Club 
3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; French Club 3; Future 
Teachers' Club 1, 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Riding Club, vice- 
president 2; Sports Night 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Girls' Field Hockey 2, 3, 4; Girls' Basketball 2, 3, 4; Girls' 
Tennis 3, 4; Girls' Softball 2, 3, 4. 

KAETHE MARIE COSGRIFF— Leaders' Club 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Future Teachers' Club, librarian 1; Ski 
Club 2, 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Sports Night 2, 3; Intra- 
murals 4. 

BRADLEY CRAIG— National Merit Letter of Com- 
mendation; Class Council 1; Service Squad 4; Junior 
Achievement, vice-president 2; president 3, 4; Library 
Aide 4; Varsity Soccer, manager 2. 

DONNA BEA CRANE— Entered L.H.S. in November 
1963; Office Aide 4; Junior Prom Committee; Future 
Nurses' Club, president 4; Red Cross Club 4; Les Cuisin- 
ieres 4. 

JACQUELYN ANN CRANE— Entered L.H.S. in No- 
vember 1963; Office Aide 4; Junior Prom Committee; Red 
Cross Club 4; Les Cuisinieres 4. 

PHILIP WILLIAM DALESSIO— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember 1963; Usher for graduating class of 1964; All- 
League in Baseball 1964; Class vice-president 3; Service 
Squad 4; Leaders' Club 4; Junior Prom Committee; Junior 
Prom King Candidate; Varsity Football 3, 4; Varsity 
Basketball 3, 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 

MICHAEL JOSEPH D'ANGELO— Freshman Football; 
J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 
4. 

CHARLENE ANN D'AVANZO— Leaders' Club 4; 
Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 4; Future 
Teachers' Club 1; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Riding Club 2, 3, 4; 
Sports Night 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Team 3; 
Swim Team 3, 4; Softball Team 2. 



SANDRA LYNN DAVIS— Entered L.H.S. in November 
1963; French Club, 3, 4; Future Teachers' Club 4. 

GREGORY LANCE DAWSON— Talent Show 3; Band 
1; J. V. Soccer 3; Varsity Wrestling 2, 3, 4. 

KENNETH WILLIAM DAWSON, JR.— Talent Show 3; 
Ski Club 3; Band 1. 

EDWARD FRANCIS DEBIEN— Audio-Visual Aid Club 
2; Track 2; Science Club 2. 

JANET MARION DEDONIS— Masacksic, patrons 4; 
Cafeteria Aide 2, 3, 4; Fashion Show 1; Junior Prom 
Committee; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3; Intra- 
murals 1, 4. 

CAROL MARGARET DEVINE— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember 1962; National Honor Society 4; Masacksic, busi- 
ness 3; Library Aide 2; French Club 3; Future Teachers' 
Club 3, 4; Red Cross Club 4; L^x Cuisinieres 3, 4. 

FLOYD DONALD DRAKE— Entered L.H.S. in February 
1964; Conservative Club, treasurer 4. 

SHARON ANNE DYER— National Honor Society 4; 
Class Council 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Riding Club 2; Drill 
Team 3, 4; Sports Night 2, 3, 4. 

RICHARD BARBER EDWARDS— J. V. Hockey 3; In- 
tramurals 4; Sophomore Dance Committee. 

STEVEN EDWARD EHRLICH— National Honor So- 
ciety 3, 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation; 
Masacksic, literary 3, 4; Service Squad 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Chess Club 1; World Affairs Club 2, 3; Ski 
Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2, 4; French Club 4. 

ROBERT WILLIAM EMERY— Service Squad 4; Leaders' 
Club 4; Latin Club 4; Math Club 4; Western Mass. Math. 
League 4; Ski Club 2; Intramurals 4. 

HAIDfiE JUNE FALCONER— Masacksic, business 3, 4; 
Leaders' Club 4; Office Aide 2, 3; Freshman Chorus; Glee 
Club 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 4; Future Teachers' Club 1; Red 
Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Night 3; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls' Field Hockey 4. 

RICHARD ALAN FALKENBERG— National Merit Let- 
ter of Commendation; French Club 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Rifle Club 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 

JOSEPH JOHN FEDE— Entered L.H.S. in September 
1962; J. V. Baseball 2; Intramurals 3, 4. 



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CAROL BETH FELDM AN— National Honor Society 4; 
Girls' State Alternate; Usher for Graduating Class of 
1964; Student Council 1, 2, secretary 3, 4; Class treasurer 
1; Class secretary 3; Leaders' Club 4; Junior Achievement 
2; Junior Prom Committee, Junior Prom Queen Candi- 
date; Future Teachers' Club 2, treasurer 3; Drill Team 3, 
4; Sports Night 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4; White Team, 
captain; White Team, co-captain 3. 

DONALD THEODORE FERRIS— National Honor So- 
ciety, vice-president 4; Dartmouth Book Award; Jet 
Jotter 3, sports co-editor, 4; Service Squad, co-captain, 
4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; 3 1-act plays 3; Varsity Football 3, 
4; J. V. Football 2; Freshman Football; Varsity Basketball 
3, 4; J. V. Basketball 2; Freshman Basketball; Track 1, 2, 
3,4. 

RONALD CAMPBELL FISHER— Service Squad 4; In- 
dustrial Arts Project Fair, First prize in Metalwork 
Division 2; Chem. Lab assistant 3. 

SUSAN CAROL FISHER— Masacksic, business 3, co- 
chairman 4; Leaders' Club 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Intramurals 2; Girls' Field Hockey 1, 4; Girls' Softball 3 

EDWARD CHARLES FITZSIMMONS— Hockey 1, 2, 3, 
4; J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball; Intramurals 4. 

GLENDA GAIL FLIER — Les Cuisinieres 4; Business 
Club 2, 3. 

RICHARD ALAN FLIER— Masacksic, business 3, co- 
chairman 4; Junior Prom Committee; J. V. Football 1, 
2; Freshman Football; Intramurals 1, 2. 

PATRICIA ANN FORTIN— Talent Show 3; Fashion 
Show 3, 4; Lw Cuisinieres 3, 4; Business Club 3. 

ROBERT CHARLES FRANKLIN— Entered L.H.S. in 
September 1963; National Merit Letter of Commenda- 
tion; Masacksic, business 4; Talent Show 3; Glee Club 3; 
Lyrics 3, 4; World Affairs Club 3; Ski Club 3, 4; Intra- 
murals 3, 4. 

JANE MARION FREEVM AN— Masacksic, business 1, 
2, 3, secretary 4; Latin Club 1, 2; Junior Achievement 3, 
4; Cafeteria Aide 2, 3, 4; Library Aides 1, 2, 3, 4; Office 
Aide 1; Language Lab Aide 2; Junior Prom Committee; 
Freshman Chorus; French Club 3; Future Teachers' Club 
1, 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3; Sports Night 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 
4; Gym Club 3. 



COLIN MATTHEW FULLER— Leaders' Club 4; Chess 
Club 1; Varsity Soccer 4; J. V. Soccer 2, 3; Hockey 3, 4: 
Track 2, 3, 4; Domestic Exchange Student 4. 

MANUEL HERNANDO GALAN— Entered L.H.S. in 
September 1963- 

LE JAMES GALLOWAY— World Affairs 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Ski Club 2. 

PATRICIA MARIA GLYNN— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember 1962; Girls' Chorus, 4; Future Teachers' Club 4; 
Red Cross Club 3. 

STUART DAVID GOLDSTEIN— National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Jet Jotter, literary 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Ski Club 2, 
3, 4; Ski Team 4. 

LINDA JOAN GOODELL— Usher for graduating class 
of 1964; Masacksic, literary 3, 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; 
Cafeteria Aide 3; Office Aide 2; Junior Prom Committee; 
Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2; Ski Club 2; Cycloramists 
2, 3; Cheerleading 4; Drill Team 3; Sports Night 2, 3, 4; 
Gym Team 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 3, 4. 

DENNIS MICHAEL GOULD— Intramurals. 

JOEL MARK GREENFELD— Class Council 2; World 
Affairs Club 3, 4; Debate Club 2; Band 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DIANE GROSCHKE— Entered L.H.S. in September 
1963; French Club 3; Red Cross Club 3, 4; World Affairs 
Club 3. 

PHYLLIS SUSAN GROSSMAN— National Honor So- 
ciety 4; Junior Achievement 1; Junior Prom Committee; 
French Club 1, 3; Future Teachers' Club 1; Sports Night 
1; Gym Club 1. 

ROBERT JOHN GUERTIN— Junior Achievement 2, 3; 
Audio-Visual Aid 1, 3, 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Outlet 4. 

CAROLYN HERTHA HALL— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember 1964; National Honor Society, honorary member 
4; Student Council, parliamentarian 4; Class Council 4; 
Office Aide 4; Math Club 4; Leaders' Club 4; American 
Field Service Exchange Student 4; Girls' Field Hockey 
4; Intramurals 4. 

RICHARD WAYNE HALL— Talent Show 3. 

SUSANNA CAROL HART— Masacksic, Art 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Girls' Chorus 4; Future Teachers' Club 
1, 2, 3, librarian 4; Cycloramists 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
1, 2, 3, 4; 0atf/<?/ 3, 4; Spanish Club 4. 





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ALAN DOUGLAS HARWOOD— Service Squad 4; Lead- 
ers' Club 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Hockey 

1, 2, 3, 4, captain 4. 

SUSAN S. HAYES— 3 1-act plays 3; South Pacific 2; 
Drama Club 2, 3, 4; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 1, 2, 
3; Lyrics 1, 2, 3, 4; Student Conductor 3; Drill Team 2. ■ 

ANDREA JANE HENRY— Masacksic, treasurer 4; 
patrons 1, 2; Leaders' Club 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 1, 2; Future Nurses Club, 
program chairman 4; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 
3, 4; Drill Team 2, co-captain 3, captain 4; Sports Night 

2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 4. 

LAURA S. HINKSON— Junior Achievement 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Fashion Show 3, 4; Lex Cuisinieres 2, 3, 4, vice-president 
4; Sports Night 2, 3, 4. 

MARY FRANCES HOLLABAUGH— Masacksic, busi- 
ness 3, chairman 4; Leaders' Club 4; Cafeteria Aide 3; 
Office Aide 3; Junior Prom Committee; Glee Club 2; 
Future Teachers' Club 2, 3; Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4, 
president 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Sports 
Night 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

KENNETH ADAMS HOLLISTER— J. V. Football 2; 
Freshman Football; Freshman Basketball; J. V. Baseball 
2; Intramurals 2, 3. 

GARY R. HOOPER— Service Squad 4; Junior Prom 
Committee; Ski Club 2, 3; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DOUGLAS POWELL HULETTE— Entered L.H.S. in 
January, 1963. National Merit Letter of Commendation; 
Latin Club 4; Math Club 4; Western Mass. Math League 
4; Intramurals 2, 3, 4. 

PETER HAWKES JENSEN— Red Cross Club 1, 2; 
Business Club 3, 4, president 4; Freshman Football; Track 
1; Intramurals 4. 

CHARLES MATTHEWS JOHNSON— All Western 
Mass. in Soccer 4; National Honor Society 4; Service 
Squad, co-captain 4; Leaders' Club 4; Varsity Soccer 4; 
Varsity Basketball 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 2; Freshman 
Basketball; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ROBERT LEE JOLY— All Western Mass. in Soccer 4; 
Usher for graduating class of 1964; Student Council, 
president 4; Class Council 3; Service Squad 4; Leaders' 
Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Band 1, 2, 3, vice- 
president 4; Varsity Soccer 3, captain 4; J. V. Soccer 1, 



2; Varsity Basketball 3, captain 4; J. V. Basketball 1; 
Varsity Baseball 3, 4; J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Base- 
ball. 

BARBARA DIANE KAPLAN— Class Council 1; Mas- 
acksic, business 3; Junior Achievement 3; Cafeteria Aide 
3; Junior Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 
2; Girls' Chorus 4; French Club 3; Creative Writing Club 
1; Red Cross Club 3; Intramurals 1, 3. 

IRA H. KAPLAN— World Affairs Club 3; Red Cross 
Club 2; Ski Club 3; Junior Prom Committee; Intramur- 
als 1, 2. 

JEFFERY BRUCE KAUFMAN— World Affairs Club 2; 
Band 3. 

STEPHEN CLAYTON KEISER— Service Squad 4; Latin 
Club 1; Varsity Soccer 4; J. V. Soccer 1, 2, 3; Freshman 
Soccer; Ski Team 3, 4; Freshman Basketball manager; 
Hockey 2, 3; J. V. Baseball, player, manager 3; Freshman 
Baseball, player, manager 1; Ski Club 2, 3, president 4; 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Domestic Ex- 
change Student 4. 

DIANNE VIRGINIA KELLNER— Masacksic, patrons 3, 
chairman 4; Sports Night 2; Red Cross Club 2, 3; Ski 
Club 2, 3; Cycloramists 2; Business Club 3, 4; Library 
Aide 4; Office Aide 3; Fashion Show 2; Glee Club 2; In- 
tramurals 1, 2. 

JOSEPH STEVEN KELLNER— Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Varsity Golf 3, 4. 

JAMES STEPHEN KENARY— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember 1963; Usher for graduation class of 1964; Junior 
Prom Committee; Junior Prom King; Ski Club 3, 4; Var- 
sity Football 4; Varsity Baseball 3; Intramurals 3, 4. 

JOHN LORD KING— Jet Jotter, accounts manager 3, 
4; Junior Prom Committee; Math Club 4; West. Mass. 
Math League 4; Ski Club 3; Freshman Soccer; Intra- 
murals 1, 2, 3; Tennis 1, 2, 3. 

KATHY PERRY KITTREDGE— Masacksic, patrons 3; 
French Club 3; Red Cross Club 3; Les Cuisinieres 4; Jun- 
ior Achievement, secretary 2; Cafeteria Aide 3, 4; Fashion 
Show 2; Swim Team 3, 4. 

DIANE MARIE KOETSCH— Masacksic, typing 4; Office 

Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Cycloramists 2; Business Club 3, 4; Sports 
Night 1, 2; Intramurals 1, 2; Freshman Chorus. 



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LINDA GRACE LANE — Masacksic, business, patrons 3, 
4; Library Aide 3; Office Aide 3; Talent Show 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Business Club 
3, 4; Drill Team 4; Sports Night 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 4. 

CARLETON DAVID LARKIN— Service Squad 4; Lead- 
ers' Club 3, 4; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; J. V. Soccer 2; Hockey 
2, 3, 4; Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JAYNE DIANE LAUBINGER— Leaders' Club 4; Caf- 
eteria Aide 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; S0«;£ P*«/ic 2; 
Glee Club 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 4; Ski Club 4; Riding Club 
2, 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Sports Night 3, 4; Gym Team 4; 
Intramurals 4. 

MARJORIE ANN LAUER— Usher for graduating class 
of 1964; Class treasurer 2, 3, 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Office 
Aide 1; Fashion Show 2; Junior Prom Committee, chair- 
man; Junior Prom Queen Candidate; Freshman Chorus; 
Glee Club 2; French Club, treasurer 3; Red Cross Club 

1, 2; Les Cuisinieres, vice-president 2; Ski Club 2; Cheer- 
leading, co-captain 3, captain 4; Sports Night 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 4; Dance Club 2; Gym Club 2; Domestic 
Exchange Student 4. 

DAVID GARTH LEEPER— National Honor Society 4; 
National Merit Letter of Commendation; ]et Jotter, photo- 
grapher 3, photography editor 4; South Pacific; Band 1, 

2, 3, 4; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Math Club 3, 4, secretary 3; 
Chess Club 2; World Affairs Club 3, 4; Photography Club 
3. 

JO- ANNE LEFF — Masacksic, business 3; Junior Achieve- 
ment 3; Cafeteria Aide 3; Junior Prom Committee; Fresh- 
man Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 4; French Club 
3; Creative Writing Club 1; Red Cross Club 3; World 
Affairs Club 3; Riding Club 2; Intramurals 1. 

DOMINICK JOSEPH LEONE— Rifle Club 4; Intramur- 
als 1 . 

DONALD FREDERICK LePAGE— Service Squad 4; 
Talent Show 3; Orchestra 1, 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Band 
1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3. 

DEBORAH MIRIAM LEVINE— Masacksic, business, 
patrons 3, 4; Junior Achievement, treasurer 3; Cafeteria 
Aide 3, 4; Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Talent Show 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; 
French Club 3; Greative Writing Club 1; Future Teach- 
ers Club 4; Red Cross Club 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 2, 3; Sports 
Night 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 3; #«*- 
fe/ 4, Gym Club 3. 



ROBERT S. LEVINE— Student Council 1 ; Class President 
1; Class Council 4; Service Squad 4; Leaders' Club 4; Var- 
sity Soccer 3, 4; J. V. Soccer 2; J. V. Basketball 2; Fresh- 
man Basketball; J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball; In- 
tramurals 1, 3, 4; Chess Club 1; Junior Prom Committee. 

ROBERT KENNETH LEZINSKI— Class Council 2; Skin 
of Our Teeth 1; South Pacific 2; Talent Show 3; Junior 
Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 3, 4; J. V. Soccer, man- 
ager 2; Intramurals 4. 

PAULA LOUISE LICHTER— Ate«zc£j/c, business 2, 3, 4 
Cafeteria Aide 1; Library Aide 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Com 
mittee; Freshman Chorus; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3 
Red Cross Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski Club 3; Riding Club 3 
Drill Team 2, 3, 4; Sports Night 2, 3, 4; Gym Team 3 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

ANN LINCOLN— Usher for graduating class of 1964; 
Governor's Aide; Student Council 4; Class Council 2, 3; 
Class Secretary 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Cafeteria Aide 2, 3, 
4; 5oa//) Pacific 2; Drama Club 2; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; French Club 
3, 4; Future Teachers Club 1, 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4, secretary 

2, 3; Drill Team 3, 4; Sports Night 2, 3, 4; Gym Team 
3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Swim Team 4; Dance Club 2, 

3, 4; Field Hockey Team; Basketball Team; Softball Team. 

LOIS FAYE LIPSON— Entered L.H.S. in September, 
1963; Language Lab Aide, 4; French Club 3; Red Cross 
Club 3, 4; Sports Night 3, 4; Intramurals 4; Spanish Club 



BARBARA BRENT MACON— Class Council 1; Leaders' 
Club 3, 4; Glee Club 2; French Club 3; Future Teachers 
Club 2, 3; Ski Club 2; Riding Club 2; Drill Team 3, 4; 
Sports Night 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Basketball Team 

3, 4; Softball Team 3, 4; Dance Club 3, 4. 

HELENA FRANCIS MANZI— Cafeteria Aide 4; Office 
Aide 4; Junior Prom Committee; Future Nurses Club 3, 

4, secretary 4; Cycloramists 2, 3. 

BRIAN MILTON MARGOLIS— Usher for graduating 
class of 1964; Service Squad 4; Leaders' Club 3; Junior 
Prom Committee; Ski Club 2; Varsity Football 3, 4; 
J. V. Football 2; Freshman Football; Varsity Baseball 3, 
4; T- V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball; Intramurals 1, 2, 
3,4. 

FRANK LEE MASTERSON— Talent Show 3; Orchestra 
1, 2, 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 3. 




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BRUCE REED McCULLOUGH— Class Council 2; Mas- 
acksic, literary 3, 4; Service Squad 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; 
Varsity Football 3, 4; J. V. Football 2; Freshman Football; 
Varsity Basketball 3, 4; J. V. Basketball 2; Freshman Bas- 
ketball; Track 1, 2, 3, 4. 

FRANCES ANN McKEE— Fashion Show 2; Junior Prom 
Committee; Future Nurses Club 2; Les Cuisinieres 2, 4; 
Sports Night 2, 3. 

GAIL JOYCE McQUARRIE— Masacksic, Patrons 3; Lan- 
guage Lab Aide 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Glee Club 
2, 3; Girls' Chorus 4; Red Cross Club 3, 4; Les Cuisinieres 
4; Spanish Club, treasurer 3. 

PAMELA CAROL MEADOWS— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember, 1963; Masacksic, business, secretary 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; French Club 3; Red Cross Club 3, 4; 
Spanish Club 4. 

SCOTT KNOWLES MERRILL— Entered L.H.S. in April, 
1962; Service Squad 4; J. V. Soccer 3. 

PETER WAYNE MILLER— All-League in Soccer 3, 4; 
Class Council 4; Service Squad 4; Leaders' Club 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4, co-captain 4; 
J. V. Soccer 1; Freshman Basketball; Intramurals 2, 3; 
Domestic Exchange Student 4. 

ALAN REED MINER— Entered L.H.S. in October, 1963; 
World Affairs Club 2. 

JOHN JULVIS MORRIS— Entered L.H.S. in September, 
1964. 

ELIZABETH BICKLEY NEAL— Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; French Club 3; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4; Red 
Cross Club 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2; Bowling Club 1. 

DAVID ROSS NISSENBAUM— Western Mass. Cham- 
pionship in Golf 3; Class Council 1; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Math Club 4; Western Mass. Math League 4; 
Chess Club 1, 2; Red Cross Club 2, 3; Ski Club 2, 3; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Golf 1, 2, captain 3, 4. 

STUART Y. OKUN— Chess Club 1; World Affairs Club 
1, 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 4. 

MADELEINE BERNADENE ONEIL— Entered L.H.S. 
in November, 1962. 

KAREN BETH ORENSTEIN— Masacksic, patrons 3, 
chairman 4; Junior Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; 
Glee Club 2; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Business Club 4; Sports 
Night 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 



ROBERT GERARD ORSI— Library Aide 4; World Af- 
fairs Club, vice-president 3, president 4; Intramurals; 
Domestic Exchange Student 4. 

PETER JEFFREY OTTO— Jet Jotter, photography 2; 
Latin Club 2; Audio-Visual Aid Club, 1, 2, 3, 4; president 
3; S&'» o/ 0«r Teeth 2; South Pacific 3; Talent Show 3; 
Junior Prom Committee; Chess Club 2; World Affairs 
Club 2, 3, 4; Photography Club 1, 2, 3, president 1; Rifle 
Club 3, 4; Freshman Basketball, manager; Track 3, 4. 

DANA WILLIAM PAIGE— Varsity Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4; 
J. V. Soccer 1, 2; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Masacksic, business 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Club 3, 4. 

DONNA LEE PALMER— Cafeteria Aide 3, 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; 
Girls' Chorus 4; French Club 3; Creative Writing Club 
1; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Night 3; Swim Team 3, 4. 

CYNTHIA PARKER— Marshall for graduating class of 
1964; Junior Prom Committee, chairman; Freshman Cho- 
rus; Glee Club 2, 3; Girls' Chorus 4; Red Cross Club 2, 3; 
Drill Team 4; Sports Night 2, 3, 4; Gym Team 2, 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Club 3, 4; Swim Team 3, 4. 

NORMAN B. PATTEN— M^c^wc, art staff 3, 4; Ser- 
vice Squad 4; Cycloramists 3; Varsity Soccer 4; J. V. 
Soccer 2, 3; Freshman Soccer; Hockey 2, 3, 4; J. V. Base- 
ball, manager 1, 2. 

CAROL JEAN PETRIE— Office Aide 2, 3; Fashion 
Show 2; Junior Prom Committee; Les Cuisinieres 4; Ski 
Club 2, 3; Cycloramists 1, 2; Business Club 2, 3; Cheer- 
leading 3, 4; Sports Night 2, 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3; Gym 
Team 4; Talent Show 4; Swim Team 3; Field Hockey 
Team 3. 

LYNN MARGARET PEVERLEY— /Vto^j/'c, business, 
patrons 3; Talent Show 4; Funday 3, 4; Junior Prom Com- 
mittee; Glee Club 3; Red Cross Club 1; Ski Club 3; 
Cycloramists 1, 2; Business Club 3, 4; Sports Night 2, 3, 
4; Gym Team 4; Intramurals 1, 4. 

RONALD WALTER PLAISANCE— National Honor So- 
ciety 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation; Class 
Council 1, 3; Masacksic, business 4; Service Squad 4; 
Leaders' Club 3, 4; Math Club 4; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; 
J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN SAMUEL PRESTON— Class Council 4; Mw<«r£w, 
Photography 2; Service Squad 4; Junior Prom Committee; 
Chess Club 1; Ski Club 3; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; Ski 
Team 4. 



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MARY SUE PROTZEL— Entered L.H.S. in September, 
1963; Outlet, Editorial Board 4. 

CONSTANCE ELISE RAMBERG— National Honor So- 
ciety 3, secretary 4; National Merit Semifinalist; Girls' 
State Delegate; Jet Jotter 3, co-editor-in-chief 4; Talent 
Show 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee, chairman; French 
Club 2, vice-president 3; Ski Club 2; Debate Club 3, presi- 
dent 4; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 2; Orchestra 1, 2, 3, 
4; Domestic Exchange Student 4. 

FREDERICK STEPHEN REARDON— National Honor 
Society 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation; Mas- 
acksic, 3, literary co-editor-in-chief 4; Service Squad 4; 
Leaders' Club 4; World Affairs Club 1, 2; Rifle Club 2, 3; 
Science Club 2; Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

THOMAS A. REILLY— Varsity Football 2; Freshman 
Football; J. V. Hockey 2; J. V. Baseball 2; Intramurals 2, 3. 

INA JUDITH ROBINSON— Masacksic, business 3; 
Office Aide 1; Freshman Chorus; French Club 3; World 
Affairs Club 4. 

THOMAS EARL ROBSON— Entered L.H.S. in Septem- 
ber, 1964. 

ALBERT EDWARD ROSATI— Leaders' Club 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JUDITH ANN RYAN— National Honor Society 3, 
treasurer 4; National Merit Letter of Commendation; 
Masacksic, business 3, literary editor 4; Latin Club 2; 
Junior Prom Committee, chairman; Freshman Chorus; 
Glee Club 3; Girls' Chorus 4; French Club 3; Math Club 
4; Western Mass. Math League 4; Future Teachers' Club 

2, 3, secretary 4; Red Cross Club 1, 2; Intramurals 3, 4; 
A.F.S. Club 4. 

BARBARA ALLEN RYDER— Class Council 2; Mas- 
acksic, Patrons 1, 2, 3, 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Cafeteria 
Aide 2, 3, chairman 4; Junior Prom Committee; Freshman 
Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3; Lyrics 4; Girls' Chorus 4; Future 
Teachers Club 3, treasurer 4; Red Cross Club 4; Ski Club 

3, 4; Sports Night 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; A.F.S. Club 
3, 4; Basketball Team 3, 4; Field Hockey Team 4; Do- 
mestic Exchange Student 4. 

RON DAVID SANDERS— Ski Club 4; Rifle Club 3, 4. 

PHILIP EARL SCHMIDT— Service Squad 4; Leaders' 
Club 4; Rifle Club 3; Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Varsity Football 4; 
J. V. Football 3; Wrestling 3; Track 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 
2; Science Club 2; Domestic Exchange Student 4. 



FRANCINE ANN SCIUTTO— Masacksic, Business, 
Patrons 2; Office Aide 2, 3, 4; Glee Club 2; Future Nurses 
Club, secretary 2; Red Cross Club 2; L^j Cuisinieres 3, 4; 
Business Club 2, treasurer 3, 4; Intramurals 2; Lancer 
Book Store 4. 

LINDA LEE SCOTT— National Honor Society 4; Na- 
tional Merit Letter of Commendation; Class Secretary 
1, 2; Leaders' Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; French 
Club 4; Ski Club 3; Sports Night 4; Intramurals 1, 2; 
Swim Team 3, 4; American Field Service. 

LELAND BARKER SEABURY— Masacksic, Business 
4; Service Squad 4; Varsity Soccer 4; J. V. Soccer 3, 4; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CLARK ALEXANDER SHATTUCK— Marshall for 
graduation of 1964; Student Council 2, 3; Class President 
2; Class Council 1; Service Squad 4; Leaders' Club 3, 4; 
5o#/A Pacific 2; Talent Show 2, 3; Junior Prom Commit- 
tee; Junior Prom King Candidate; Freshman Chorus; Glee 
Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Chess Club 2; Varsity Football 2, 3, 4; 
Freshman Football; Varsity Basketball 2, 3, 4; Freshman 
Basketball; Track 3; J. V. Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball. 

ROY R. SHEA — Junior Prom Committee; Ski Club 1, 2, 
3, 4; Rifle Club 3, 4; Intramurals 3. 

SUSAN LEE SHEPARD— Masacksic, Business 2; Junior 
Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 2, 3, 4; 
Lyrics 2, 3, 4; Girls' Chorus 4; French Club 1, 2; Drill 
Team 2; Intramurals 1,2; Red Cross Club 1,2. 

JOEL NOAH LANDY SHUSMAN— National Merit Let- 
ter of Commendation; Masacksic, Business 4; Jet Jotter, 
Literary 3; Math Club 4; World Affairs Club 1, 2, 3, 4; 
A.I.C. Model Congress 2, 3; Debate Club 4; Great Books 
Club 2. 

LESLIE BOOTHBY SIMONS— Office Aide 3; Freshman 
Chorus; Glee Club 3, 4; Red Cross Club 4; Ski Club 3, 4; 
Sports Night 2, 3; Intramurals 4. 

SHARON ELEANOR SLATTERY— Entered L.H.S. in 
September, 1962; Junior Prom Committee; French Club 
3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Sports Night 2, 3; Intramurals 2, 3. 

JAMES ALAN SLEEPER— National Honor Society 3, 4; 
National Merit Scholarship Semifinalist; Brown Book 
Award; Jet Jotter 3, co-editor-in-chief 4; Service Squad 
4; World Affairs Club 1, 2, president 3. 

DONALD P. SMITH— Entered L.H.S. in September, 
1962; Junior Achievement 2. 




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DOLORES DOROTHY SOULIERE— Office Aide 3, 4; 
Junior Prom Committee; Cycloramists 1, 2, 3, 4; Business 
Club 3, 4; Lancer Book Store. 

CAROL LEE SUNTER— Masacksk, Literary 3, 4; Leaders' 

Club 3, 4; Junior Achievement, treasurer 2; Cafeteria 
Aide 1, 2, 3, 4; Office Aide 2; Language Lab Aide 3; S/kz« 
of Our Teeth 1; Drama Club 1; Talent Show 4; Junior 
Prom Committee, Chairman; Freshman Chorus; Glee 
Club 2; Girls' Chorus 2; French Club 3, 4; Future Teach- 
ers Club, treasurer 1, secretary 2, 3, vice-president 4; Red 
Cross Club 2, 3; Le.r Cuisinieres 3; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Cycloramists 2, 3, 4; Cheerleading 4; Drill Team 3; Sports 
Night 2, 3, 4; Gym Team 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Dance Club 3, 4; Field Hockey Team 3, 4; Softball Team 
2; Outlet 4; Basketball Team, 4; Domestic Exchange Stu- 
dent 4; Smokers' Council 4. 

LINDA JO TAFT— Masacksk, Art 3; Fashion Show 2, 4; 
Red Cross Club 2; Les Cuisinieres 3; Business Club, secre- 
tary 2, 3; Sports Night 2; Dance Club 2. 

HENRY HOWARD TALBERT— Masacksk, Business 4; 
Glee Club 2, 3, 4; Lyrics 3, 4; Freshman Baseketball; In- 
tramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOHN TETU— Entered L.H.S. in March, 1964. 

DOUGLAS RUSSELL THAL— Junior Prom Committee; 
Ski Club 3; Cycloramists 1, 2, 3, 4; Sophomore Dance 
Committee; Outlet 4. 



STANLEY ALLEN THAL— Service Squad 4; Ski Club 

2, 3, 4; Intramurals 3, 4. 

WILLIAM RUSSELL THAYER— Service Squad 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Freshman Chorus; Glee Club 1, 2, 3; 
Lyrics 4; Ski Club 1, 2, 3; Varsity Football 4; J. V. Foot- 
ball 2; Freshman Football; Wrestling 4; Track 2, 3, 4. 

DIANE GAIL TOMASSETTI— South Pacific 2; Junior 
Prom Committee; Red Cross Club 3, 4; Cycloramists 1, 2, 

3, 4; Drill Team 3; Sports Night 3. 

RONALD MARSHALL TRACHTENBERG— National 
Honor Society 3, 4; National Merit Scholarship Letter 
of Commendation; Class Council 2; Language Lab Aide 2, 
3, 4; French Club 2, 3; Math Club 3, 4; Western Mass. 
Math League 3, 4; World Affairs Club 1, 2, secretary 3, 
4; A.I.C Model Congress 1, 2, 3, 4; Debate Club 4; Na- 
tional Science Foundation Scholarship 4. 

SUSAN MARY TROIANO— Class Council 3; Masacksk, 
Literary 3, 4; Latin Club 2; Office Aide 3, 4; Language 
Lab Aide 2, 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee; Future Teach- 
ers Club 2, 3, president 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; Intramurals 
1; American Field Sedvice Club 3, 4; 0«//e/ 3. 4. 

JOHN BRUCE VAN DOLSON— Service Squad 4; Junior 
Prom Committee; Varsity Football 2; Freshman Football; 
J. V. Basketball 2; Varsity Baseball 3, 4; J. V. Baseball 2; 
Freshman Baseball. 



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ROBERT CLARK VAN GAASBECK— Varsity Foot- 
ball 2, 3; J. V. Basketball 2; Varsity Baseball 3; J. V. 
Baseball 2; Freshman Baseball; Intramurals 3. 

MARJORIE LOUISE ANDREA VANGSNESS— Mas- 
acksic, Business, Partons 3, 4; Jet Jotter, Business 2, Tal- 
ent Show 3; Junior Prom Committee; Glee Club 3; 
Cycloramists 1, 2, 3, 4; Sports Night 4; Intramurals 2, 4. 

FREDERICK DELAND VARNEY, JR.— Red Cross Club 
2; Varsity Baseball 4; J. V. Baseball 3; Freshman Baseball; 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

RONNA ELLEN WAINSTEIN— Office Aide 1, 2; Fash- 
ion Show 2; Junior Prom Committee; French Club 2, 3; 
Future Teachers Club 2, 3; Red Cross Club 3, 4; Spanish 
Club 4. 

GREGORY GARRETT WARD— Business Club 4. 

JOHN DAVID WARWICK— Entered L.H.S. in Septem- 
ber, 1964; Varsity Hockey 4. 

MADALYN MERLE WEINER— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember, 1963; National Honor Society 4; Class Council 
4; Jet Jotter, Literary 4; Language Lab Aide 3, 4; French 
Club 3; Swim Team 3, 4. 

MARIE EDITH WESTON— Entered L.H.S. in Septem- 
ber, 1962; Red Cross Club 4; Les Cuisinieres 4; Ski Club 
2, 4; Sports Night 2, 3. 



BRUCE LAWRENCE WILSON— Class Council 2; Tal- 
ent Show 4; Junior Prom Committee; Red Cross CLub 
3; Ski Club 3, 4; Ski Team 4; Freshman Football; J. V 
Soccer 2; Track 1; Intramurals 1, 2, 3. 

ROGER SAMUEL WILSON— National Honor Society 
3, 4; Usher for graduating class of 1964; Student Council 
1, 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 1, 2, 4; Service Squad 4; 
Leaders' Club 3, 4; Junior Prom Committee Chairman; 
Junior Prom King Candidate 3; A.F.S. Exchange Student 
3; Red Cross Club 2; Ski Team 3, 4; Freshman Football; 
J. V. Soccer 2; Freshman Basketball; J. V. Baseball 2; 
Freshman Baseball; Intramurals 4. 

STEPHEN HOWARD WILSON— Entered L.H.S. in 
September, 1962; National Honor Society 4; Class Council 
4; Masacksic, Business 4; Service Squad 4; Junior Achieve- 
ment 2; Talent Show 3; Math Club 3; World Affairs 
Club 3; Band 2, 3, 4; Track 2, 3, 4; Dance Band 4. 

CYNTHIA ANN WOZNIAK— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember, 1962; Cafeteria Aide 4; Office Aide 3; Talent 
Show 4; Junior Prom Committee; Future Nurses Club 4; 
Red Cross Club 4; Les Cuisinieres 4; Ski Club 2, 3, 4; 
Sports Night 2; Intramurals 2; Pep Club. 

WILLIAM N. WRIGLEY— Junior Achievement 2, 3. 

DONNA MARIE ZIELINSKI— Entered L.H.S. in Sep- 
tember, 1964. 





Development 



through Athletics 




Row 1 : Dave Blakeman, Don Ferris, Jim Kenary, 
Phil Dalessio, Brian Margolis, Co-Captains Charlie 
Arnold and Ben Boynton, Bruce Van Dolson, Bruce 



McCullough. Row 2: Bob Hollister, Mike Abbott, 
Paul Schneider, Al Gorrod. Jeff Diamond, Jim Mar- 
tin, Bob Parsons, Jim Grimaldi. 



This was the season that was 



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what a beautiful day for a football tryout . . . 65 -second 
440's, 30 situps in one minute, 5 dips, and 6 pull-ups 
. . . now comes equipment . . . seniors first, then juniors 
. . . poor sophomores get the leather helmets. 

scramble left-right, hit it! ... the paper says we're ready 
. . . "L.H.S. one of the teams to beat in the Suburban 
League" . . . coaches Ursprung, Ryder, and Harris make 
us as ready as we'll ever be . . . "Holyoke Catholic crum- 
bles before Lancer college type line, 14-6" . . . lookout, 
South Hadley ... oh, oh. 

here we come Palmer! . . . well, it was a nice bus ride 
. . . it's Dads' Day already . . . standing room only — 
the seats are wet . . . score, Longmeadow — Minne- 
chaug . . . 'bout as satisfying as kissing your sister. 

almost pulled it off at Ludlow — but . . . next comes 
East Longmeadow, a game of firsts . . . first league vic- 
tory and Phil's first run . . . now we're ready to knock 
off Classical . . . well — Enfield hasn't had too good a 
season . . . oh, well, you can't win 'em all . . . but it 
would have been nice to break even. 





Row 1: Clark Shattuck, Will Thayer, Bob Conti, Phil Schmidt. 
Row 2: Bart Frisbie, Coach Harris, Coach Ursprung. 



for building a football future. 



Longmeadow 




Opponents 


14 


Holyoke Catholic 


6 


6 


South Hadley 


8 





Palmer 


8 





Minnechaug 





8 


Ludlow 


18 


20 


E. Longmeadow 


6 





Classical 


8 


6 


Enfield 


13 





DON FERRIS 
Halfback 



PHIL DALESSIO 

All-Suburban League Quarterback 



JIM KENARY 
Halfback 



DAVE BLAKEMAN 
Quarterback 



BRUCE VAN DOLSON 
End 




PHIL SCHMIDT 

Halfback 




BEN BOYNTON AND CHARLIE ARNOLD accept the Dennis M. 
Robb Captain's Award from Coach Ursprung. 



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BEN BOYNTON, CO-CAPTAIN 
Guard. 



WILL THAYER 
Tackle 



CLARK SHATTUCK 
Halfback 



ROBERT CONTI 
Tackle 




CHARLIE ARNOLD, CO-CAPTAIN 

Halfback 



BRUCE McCULLOUGH 
Tackle 




BRIAN MARGOLIS 
Fullback 




WELL, THAT T-24 TRAP fizzled again! 



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VICTORIOUS FROSH line up for the camera. Row 1: 
Bob D'Agostino, Jeff Parkin, Phil Locario, Sterling Orr, Bob 
Okun, Rick Sunter, Lance Van Dolson, Mike Albano, Ed 
Culverwell, Bill Hamilton, Don MacNaught. Row 2: Coach 
Johnson, Bob Casal, Dave Holzapfel, Scott Nickerson, 



Steve Benson, Rick Paar, Tim Walbridge, John Neal, Bob 
Weinstein, Bob Williams, Don Golden, Steve Squire, Duane 
Richter, Steve Ferrini, Rick Dalessio, Dennis Flavin, Dick 
Fossa, Pete Sinish, Coach McLean. 



Talented frosh drive for undefeated season. 



so . . . we've finally got an undefeated frosh team — 
bright future ahead for the varsity . . . coaches Johnson 
and McLean, masterminds behind the success . . . dirt 
and sweat, happy hour, desire . . . source of remem- 
brance for each player . . . the complex strategy of 
each play. 

but I thought that was Boynton's block . . . and wait 
... a fake punt, a fourth down and twenty-five . . . 
Richter on a long gain . . . Dalessio fires to Walbridge 
and Benson . . . and little Dag plunges for the score. 

heartbreaks and happiness . . . and . . . Holzapfel inter- 
cepts . . . glory and ... oh no, Nickerson fumbles, but 
recovers and scores . . . the journey to varsity has begun 
with an undefeated season. 



no glory — lots of work . . . scrabble . . . right, left, 
faster . . . can't you run as fast as Shattuck? . . . move, 
only five more sprints . . . leg dive, can't you block out 
Diamond? . . . hit it . . . up, faster, scrimmage with the 
varsity . . . tackle that man, don't dance with him . . . 
put out ... it takes desire . . . keep that up and you can 
join the drill team. 

all that work — for what? ... for next year and six 
j. v. games, for the spectators — for both of them, for 
riding the bench for the varsity games . . . boy, it's hard 
... I can do better than that . . . it's cold sitting here 
with no glory. 




STARTING FOR 
JUNIOR VARSITY 
football were Mike 
Sweeny, Pete Squire, 
Henry Rigali, Ed 
Lowe, Dennis Orsi, 
Pete Ryder, John 
Forbess, coached by 
Bruce Ryder. 






^ » it if %^m%%% ff '.*> "'»i ****** 



FIRST YEAR BOOTERS include the following. Row 1 : Dick Plaisance, Ken Field- 
man, Gary Malstrom, Bruce Frisbie, Charlie Feldman, Don Hayes, Don Coen, Bob 
Kagan, Nat Salfas, Mark Miller, Bob DuBuisson. Row 2: Coach Teixeira, Don Zucco, 
Bruce Throne, Dee Triouleyre, Jeff Herren, John Joly, Jay Gushue, Chris Roan. Bob 
Petrie, Terry Low, Pete Maki, Ron Baer, Bruce Johnson, Coach Mannheim. 



head it . . . change over . . . dart for the sidelines . . . 
unfamiliar terms for novice hooters . . . new skills to 
learn, master, perform . . . one-two . . . one-two . . . must 
be in good condition to play this rugged season . . . 
insides and wings . . . halfbacks and fullbacks . . . and 
of course goalie Feldman. 

Throne, Petrie, and Miller gain valuable experience for 
future varsity competition . . . Frisbie leads squad to 
winning season . . . young players combine talents with 
new Coach Mannheim . . . seldom praised . . . receiving 
no glory, just working hard and in two years . . . maybe. 



spirit dominates before, during, and after . . . where's 
the tape? . . . cheers for Mr. Climo ... an unusually 
large squad with members on their toes . . . unbeatable 
combination of explosive offense and stingy defense. 

leading scorers Anziano, Bloom, Gibson, and Peverley 
. . . future varsity hopes soar with record of ten wins, 
three losses, and a tie ... 22 junior varsity letters and 
even varsity on the rugged schedule . . . unquenchable 
spirit — even in the face of defeat . . . determination 
tempered by good sportsmanship in j. v. soccer. 



Hard foot work helps prepare for the future. 



AIMING FOR VARSITY play next season are Row 1: 
Doug Marvel, Lance Hartford, Steve Neigher, Richie Ka- 
gan, Art Fox, John Peverley, Joe Stothert, Joe Gibson, Bob 
Hyfantis, Steve Matchak, Jack Corcoran. Row 2: Dave 



Hadick, Jim Davenport, Dan Bloom, Bob Goodhue, Mike 
Anziano, Tom Haberlin, Reed Lincoln, John Davis, Dave 
Baron, Mark Sullivan, Phil Ryan, Louie Sophinos, Jim 
Coon, Bruce Hobart, Coach Climo. 





VARSITY SOCCER MEN include Row 1: Norm Patten, Bill Cook, Bob Levine, Alan 
Harwood, Bob Joly, Pete Miller, Charlie Johnson. Row 2: Mr. Whalen, George Corcoran, 
Frank DAngelo, Scott Baird, Barclay Macon, Paul Jones, Bob Busby. 



Booters thwart foes with stingy defense 





THE SOCCER HOP 



"HEY, OVER HERE, ' yells Norm Pat- 
ten to Scott Baird during an exciting 
moment in the Classical game. 



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Row 1 : Carl Larkin, Dana Paige, Steve Keiser, Lee Seabury. Row 
2: Bob Derby, Sandy Pool, Steve Snyder, Mr. Suher. 



Longmeadow 


Opponents 





East Longmeadow 








Ludlow 


1 





Technical 


1 





Monson 





2 


Chicopee Comp. 





1 


Classical 





2 


Minnechaug 


1 





Chicopee 





2 


West Springfield 








East Longmeadow 


1 


2 


Technical 


1 


3 


Ludlow 


1 





Monson 





1 


Chicopee Comp 





2 


Minnechaug 





1 


Chicopee 


2 


1 


West Springfield 


1 


2 


Classical 


3 



to place third in Pioneer Valley League. 



2l long drought of four games without a 
goal . . . then Pete's scoring two to defeat 
Chicopee Comp . . . meeting the state 
champs on Columbus Day and beating Lud- 
low, 3-1 .. . earning a successful 8-5-5 
season. 

Charlie Johnson, Bob Joly, and Pete Miller 
make All Western Mass. . . . Charlie al- 
lows seven goals in eighteen games . . . Bob 
is everywhere, setting up plays and haras- 
sing the opposition . . . Coach Suher exhorts 
Colin, Ace, and Sandy to hustle . . . and no 
Al, not that goal . . . time running out in 
the last period and losing five games by just 
one point. 

oranges at halftime and almost the Western 
Mass. Soccer Tournament ... a talented 
team with notable success. 




COACH SUHER, PETE, AND BOB size up the opposition. 



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CHARLIE JOHNSON, Goalie 
All Western Mass. 



COLIN FULLER 
Right Halfback 



CARL LARKIN 

Inside Right 

All League, Honorable Mention 




ALAN HARWOOD 
Fullback 



DANA PAIGE 
Wing 



LEE SEABURY 
Inside Left 




NORM PATTEN 
Right Wing 



BOB LEVINE 
Wing 



STEVE KEISER 
Halfback 



BILL COOK 
Halfback 



a future for the freshmen? . . . 
it looks good with spirit and 
skillful support from the class 
of '68 . . . Larry Leizure and 
Tim Walbridge grab the re- 
bounds . . . little Dag and 
Duane Richter keep the scorer 
busy . . . Mr. Lavalley's winning 
team is a team looking forward 
to varsity play, maybe even next 
year. 




BEHIND COACH LA VALLEY are members of the frosh basketball team: Bruce 
Throne, Rick Paar, Tim Walbridge, Larry Leizure, Rick Dalessio, Duane Richter, 
Bob DAgostino. Absent were Steve Bentson and Mike Fede. 



Frosh hoopsters continue victorious skein. 




LINED UP FOR ACTION are j.v. basketballers Jeff Weiser, Joe Harrelson, Pete Chalke, 
Dick Baron, Louis Sophinos, Larry Berkeley, Rafe Sagalyn, Bob Gibson, Eddie Merrill, 
Norton Goodhue, Arnold Zamanski, Mike Anziano, Jeff Licht. Kneeling in front is 
Coach Mannheim. 



and where have all the people 
gone ... a typical Tuesday 
afternoon j.v. game obscured by 
a varsity shadow . . . but always 
underclassmen ready to play 
their hardest ... for fledging 
coach Mannheim. 

Bernie for two from the outside 
and Mike's just stolen the ball 
again . . . c'mon Arnie, hustle 
. . . and Chalke gets better every 
game . . . this team moves . . . 
and members move up, they 
hope, to next year's varsity. 



Ill 




VARSITY BASKETBALL PLAYERS include— Standing: 
Bob Hollister, Paul Jones, Bruce McCullough, Charlie John- 
son, Barclay Macon, Phil Dalessio, Bernie Kaplan, Sandy 



Pool, Don Ferris, Jim Warner, Al Gorrod. Kneeling: Co- 
Captain Bob Joly, Coach Josselyn, Co-Captain Clark Shat- 
tuck. 



Failing to find winning combination, 



okay, gang, let's go ... a 42 tap . . . it's our ball — Clark's got 
it ... off to Joly and then down to Jimmy ... to Charlie from 
downtown — swish . . . he's hot tonight and he's fouled ... a 
three pointer. 

and the opposition takes the ball out of bounds . . . shoot, shoot 
you idiot . . . that's the way — too bad! . . . looks as if you 
missed . . . it's shooters like you that make our rebounders look 
good . . . but at least hit the rim so it will count as a rebound 
. . . Hollie's got the ball as the crowd cheers for Otto and his 
antics again. 

time out and Coach Josselyn says a zone press will finish them 
off . . . Longmeadow pulls ahead with four minutes to go . . . 
6 points, 8, 10, 12, 15 point lead . . . foul on 41 in the white — 
clipping . . . ref, you've got the wrong sport . . . oh, well . . . 
first team rest . . . we've already won . . . and Joly didn't even 
foul out. 

six times yes . . . thirteen times no — more wins than last year 
. . . but we're young with three sophs and four juniors . . . 
sometimes the inexperience hurts . . . but next year will be 
different . . . we'll be ready for a winning season. 




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Longmeadow 




Opponent 


55 


Chicopee Comp. 


58 


72 


Easthampton 


81 


65 


Ludlow 


68 


46 


Classical 


67 


59 


Alumni 


38 


55 


Minnechaug 


76 


79 


E. Longmeadow 


69 


50 


Enfield 


60 


80 


Palmer 


61 


78 


Ware 


65 


76 


Easthampton 


82 


74 


Ludlow 


99 


51 


Minnechaug 


72 


62 


E. Longmeadow 


79 


69 


Enfield 


54 


69 


Agawam 


75 


71 


Palmer 


67 


46 


Ware 


55 


53 


Agawam 


65 




basketball team builds for next season. 







ROBERT JOLY, CO-CAPTAIN 



CHARLIE JOHNSON 



CLARK SHATTUCK, CO-CAPTAIN 



DON FERRIS 




PHIL DALESSIO 



BRUCE McCULLOUGH 



Piels Brothers vs. Colt 45's . . . no, not 
a brewery . . . the Losers are the win- 
ners in the paradoxical world of foot- 
ball intramurals. 

how about a little hoop? . . . low foul- 
ing and lower scoring with leaders 
doubling as refs . . . again the seniors 
are champs. 

volleyball . . . even old men teachers 
can play it . . . watch out for Hooper 
and Ursprung on the spike . . . they'll 
beat us, if we're not careful. 

a chance for anyone to participate in 
intramurals. 




KNOWN AS THE BEAVERS, Mike DAngelo, Bob Orsi, Dana 
Paige, Bob Levine, Pete Miller, Fred Reardon and Harlan Atwood 
combined to capture the intramural basketball championships. 



Watch that spike . . . and commence firing! 




nervous and alone on the firing 
line ... a steady grip on the 
rifle . . . tired eyes, cramped 
arms, and a gentle squeeze on 
the trigger . . . bang . . . too 
bad I missed. 



. . . more smoke 
. bang bang and 
... a hundred 
desperation and 
what a way to 



more practice 
and noise . . 
more misses 
shots later, 
frustration . . 
spend Friday night. 

well we can't all be Bonnies . . . 
supposedly practice makes per- 
fect . . . so . . . ready on the 
left . . . ready on the right . . . 
commence firing. 



READY TO START FIRING are 
Mr. Villeneuve, Ron Sanders, John 
Lyons, Bob Rhiner, Jill Parker, and 
Jim Chivers. 



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ON COLISEUM ICE are Row 1: Stan Haines, Scott Baird, Dee Triou- 
leyre, Bill Hamilton. Row 2: Coach Wiley, John Warwick, Jack Cor- 
coran, Bob Ranahan, Carl Larkin, Captain Al Harwood, Bruce Curran. 



Pucksters climax successful season 



Longmeadov\ 


r 


Opponent 


3 


Trade 


4 


10 


Holyoke 





2 


Classical 


5 


4 


Westfield 





2 


E. Longmeadow 


2 


4 


Pittsfield 


1 


1 


Cathedral 


2 


2 


W. Springfield 


3 


7 


Commerce 


1 


1 


E. Longmeadow 


4 


5 


Agawam 


2 


2 


Trade 


7 





Chicopee 


9 


8 


Palmer 


2 


1 


Tech 


2 


2 


Chicopee Comp. 


1 


3 


Classical 





4 


Pittsfield 


2 



it all started with . . . practice ... 50 guys 
trying out, ice so crowded we couldn't 
move . . . cuts . . . running — to get in con- 
dition for ice practice . . . shooting drills, 
skating drills, pass plays . . . and, of course, 
wind sprints . . . what fun . . . our own 
hockey rink — with ice even ... a two 
hour practice and a half hour's shoveling 
. . . more sprints . . . red line, blue line, 
blue line, red line. 

the pay off . . . ending third in Wright 
Division . . . John "Goose" Warwick — 
seventh in scoring and little Poison in the 
penalty box . . . lots of hustle against Tech 
and Chicopee Comp . . . Ace cheers and 
proud parents in the stands. 

Norm's shivering in the nets, masked like 
a Lord of the Flies savage . . . passing, 
once in a while . . . traveling to Pittsfield 
. . . Bart's stitches and Coach Wiley's 
being hit by a puck . . . and the climax of 
shutting out league winner Classical . . . 
ending with . . . victory. 




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L.H.S 



H.S- 



H.s 



N.^ 



i?ow 7 : Ed Culverwell, Ken Welch, Pete Squires, Don Hayes, Dave Michel- 
man. Row 2: Colin Fuller, Carl Craft, Norm Patten, Ned Fitzsimmons, John 
Carter, Bart Frisbie, Bruce Frisbie, Phil Locario, Bob Warwick, Dick Plaisance, 
Coach Ryder. 



by overwhelming Classical, 3—0. 




CARL LARKIN 

Faith Line 

All-League Honorable Mention 




ALAN HARWOOD, CAPTAIN 

Defense 
All-League Honorable Mention 




JOHN WARWICK 

Faith Line 

All-League Second Team 




COLIN FULLER 

Hope Line 

All-League Honorable Mention 





JOHN CARTER 
Faith Line 




CARL CRAFT 
Defense 



NED FITZSIMMONS 
Hope Line 

NORM PATTEN 

Goal 

All-League First Team 




ON THE SLOPES of Mt. Tom are Pete Adriance, Homer, Lance Hartford, Bruce Deely, Jim Kenary, 

Roger Wilson, Bob Lincoln, Dan Bloom, Stuart Gold- Bill Dayton, Bob Basdekis. 
stein, Steve Keiser, Bruce Wilson, Rick Whittey, Mr. 

Lancer skiers take third in Western Mass. Meet. 



two or three fans show up for a meet at Mt. Tom, but 
. . . skiers capture third in Western Mass. ski league . . . 
and victories over every team except South Hadley . . . 
league record — 12 wins, 10 losses . . . overall record — 
1 1 "and 1 0. 

an impressive win over Amherst College frosh . . . Rick 
Whittey scores first in six-team meet, becomes one of 
better league skiers . . . rest of team shows improving 
times, a commendable team average . . . maybe next 
year four or five fans will show up. 





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POSED IN NEW WRESTLING ROOM are the following 
team members — Standing: John Boltrucyk, Pete Ryder, Paul 
Schneider, Mike Abbott, Will Thayer, Dan Betshur, Dave 



Blakeman. Kneeling: Jeff Chandler, Rick Fredette, John 
Bartlett, Ken Cohen, Rick Hall, Jeff Parkin, Dan Bustelo. 



Wrestling team features one state 



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sixty grapplers show for opening day ... up the rope in 
thirty seconds, on the tramp for twenty — off your back 
for situps and everyone passed . . . then come the 
mimeographed sheets . . . several drop, too much read- 
ing . . . first day workout . . . only seven-eights speed 
though. 

block, knees, up . . . front bridge, back bridge, situps 
. . . front bridge, belly-rocker . . . stand up, spot 
run — we learn sure moves . . . wrestle ten tens . . . then 
up the corridor for ten minutes . . . and finally up the 
ropes . . . shower up . . . weigh out . . . weigh in . . . 
boys in shape. 

season starts off with a bang, goes to a whimper, and 
ends with a bang . . . Lancers tie for second in Western 
Mass . . . Thayer takes the state . . . Hoekstra ends with 
a Western Mass. championship, Neal begins with one 
. . . though for some the five and six season was not 
so successful . . . they learned moves and techniques 
. . . next season looks like a good one for wrestling and 
mimeographing . . . final count of graplers was twenty- 
five. 




Standing: Don Fleming, John Forbess, John Neal, Ray 
Holmes, Coach Harris. Kneeling: Don Coen, Charlie Ar- 
nold, Don MacNaught, Bob Casal. 



and Wo Western Mass. championships 



Longmcado 


w 


Opponent 


31 


Commerce 


14 


21 


Trade 


13 


19 


Monson 


24 


7 


Tech 


37 


11 


Cathedral 


28 


40 


Classical 


5 


27 


Trade 


12 


31 


Winchendon 


14 


10 


Wilbraham 


35 


5 


Williston 


35 


14 


Cushing 


20 





DAVE BLAKEMAN 



CHARLIE ARNOLD 
CO-CAPTAIN 



WILL THAYER 

State Champ, Unlimited Class 



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SKIP PLAISANCE 
Outfielder 



BOB JOLY 

Shortstop 



PHIL DALESSIO 
Pitcher 



Coach Dag jr guiding hand, Margolis's hitting, 



singles, doubles, triples, homers . . . snagging flies, 
scooping grounders as Lancers slug and field through 
another season . . . the hurler winds and ... a pick-off 
play to Bob at second ... a hard smash to Tom at 
third . . . over the hot, dusty diamond ... a quick toss 
to Bruce and fire to first . . . double play. 

the battery exchanges signals . . . endless chatter from 



the fielders . . . come on, now — get with it, Fred, Dave, 
Phil ... a long drive to deep center . . . Skip's back — 
he's got it . . . Red makes a long throw to the plate 
and he's out. 

Brian leads the team in hitting . . . another one-hitter, 
Phil? . . . nine-plus men backed by Dag's coaching. 



BRUCE VAN DOLSON 
Second Base 



FRED VARNEY 
Pitcher 



MIKE DANGELO 
Outfielder 










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DURING THE 1964 SPRING SEASON, Baseball Team 
members rest at Williams St. Park — Row 1 : Don Green- 
well, Steve Baldwin, Chip Fossa, Jim Taylor, Dick Bond, 
Jim Purdy, John Donahoe. Row 2: Coach Johnson, Mike 



D'Angelo, Skip Plaisance, Brian Margolis, Dave Blakeman, 
Jerry Nannen, Coach D'Agostino. Row 3: Pete Devine, 
Fred Varney, Bruce VanDolson, Bob Joly, Phil Dalessio, 
Tom Adams, manager Len Shatz. 



and Dalessio jt pitching lead team. 




TOM ADAMS 
Third Base 



DAVE BLAKEMAN 
Pitcher 



BRIAN MARGOLIS 
Outfielder 



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MEMBERS OF THE 1964 TRACK TEAM included the 
pictured — Row 1 : Joe Stothert, Roger Siver, Russ Simon, 
Bob Mauterstock, Charlie Arnold, Eric Franklin, John Car- 
ter, Steve Wilson, Coach Ursprung. Row 2: Daryl Richter, 
Bruce McCullough, Will Thayer, Fred Reardon, Colin 
Fuller, Chuck Adams, Don Ferris, Jeff Diamond, Pepper 



Martin. Row 3: Coach Harris, Steve Munn, Gary Hooper, 
Jim Warner, Bob Chalero, Don Fleming, Don Smith, Peter 
Otto. Row 4: manager Alan Kibbe, Roger Tinknell, Clint 
Paige, Jeff Wilkinson, John Davis, Gary Dionisi, Don 
Fisher, manager Peter Wolk. 



Weightmen dominate track scene 





BRUCE McCULLOUGH 

Shotput 




CHARLIE ARNOLD 
880-yard run 



JOHN CARTER 
Pole vault 



COLIN FULLER 
Dashes, High jump 



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GARY HOOPER 
Dashes 




STEVE WILSON 
Hurdles 




DON FERRIS 
Broad jump 




WILL THAYER 
Discus 



endurance key to runners' success. 



CHUCK ADAMS 
Hurdles 



track and field . . . runners, jumpers, and weightmen . . . 
individual efforts . . . aiming for a letter, a first place, a 
school, Western Mass., state, national schoolboy record 
. . . always another record. 

first call for . . . practice . . . two warm-up laps around the 
track . . . fifty finger-tip pushups for weightmen . . . run- 
ners, consult your time schedules . . . have to get in shape. 

second call for . . . competition . . . sprinting the 100, 220 
and hurdles . . . fighting initial nervousness — then it's all 
over so fast at the tape . . . running the 440, 880, mile and 
two mile . . . first the waiting game — then an all-out effort 
. . . throwing the discus, shot, javelin . . . brief but intense 
outputs of strength . . . surmounting the high jump, pole 
vault, broad jump barriers . . . muscle and skill stretching 
the law of gravity ... a regular three-ring circus without 
much audience but with Coach Ursprung's megaphone. 

last call for . . . talent ... a team lacking depth and an im- 
pressive record . . . but with individual school records 
broken . . . with Charlie a Western Mass. champ . . . and 
with the satisfaction of having new golden-brown tans and 
co-ordinated bodies. 




COACHES HARRIS AND URSPRUNG survey the 
outlook for another track season. 



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GOLF TEAM — Coach 
Haskell, Harlan Atwood, 
Robbie Ranahan, Ed Mer- 
riam, Steve Kellner, Dave 
Nissenbaum, Jack Cor- 
coran. 



Tee-men, Racqueteers— winning spring combination 



first tee . . . oh, how embarrassing . . . but not for 
Coach Haskell's Horde which knocked off previously 
undefeated Tech twice last season, once with a team 
average of 77 ... 210 yards to go — an easy three iron 
for Dave Nissenbaum, 1964 low leader with a 79.3 
average and a winner of third place in Western Mass. 
... a fifteen footer with a left to right break — for reg- 
ulars Bob Ranahan, Ed Merriam, Bob Leff, Jeff Cor- 
coran, Steve Kellner . . . another imposing threat at the 
1965 Western Mass. Tournament . . . opponents, fore! 



skipping rope and calisthenics ... up and down the 
ladder . . . another hot day with more sweaty T-shirts 
... oh dear it's over the fence again. 

get moving, John . . . doubles match ... I thought you 
had it . . . love-thirty . . . keep your eyes off the girls and 
on the ball, Myles . . . you're blind, it hit the tape. 

stop mumbling, Charlie . . . got to beat Classical for a 
perfect season . . . good coach, capable players . . . 
should have a strong team this year . . . that's a rally 
. . . game, set, match for L.H.S. 



TENNIS TEAM— Row 1: Bob Lin- 
coln, Jim Coon, Art Fox, Rafe Saga- 
lyn, Ray Holmes, Vico Baer. Row 2: 
Carl Larkin, Charlie Johnson, John 
King, Myles Cooley, Dana Paige, Al 
Cowles, Mr. Suher. 



126 




what, a demonstration? . . . well, er, ah . . . you're in 
Leaders' Club and you can't do that! . . . and leadership 
— it's illegal to dribble five times — I'm a leader and I 
ought to know. 

where do we put the ping pong tables? . . . hurry, the 
hop starts at 7:30 . . . where are the records — who lost 
the Beatles? . . . making two hundred dollars and two 
left sneakers. 

leader of the gym classes . . . you lead calisthenics — I'll 
turn on the showers . . . referee of intramurals ... I 
called only two technical fouls . . . athletics, leadership, 
ability — the meaning of a leader. 




Leaders' Club assists physical education staff. 



LEADERS' CLUB— Row 1: John Forbess, Tom Adams, 
Margie Lauer, Cathy Maxwell, Barbara Ryder, Linda Scott, 
Kaethe Cosgriff, Charlene D'Avanzo, Donna Bray, Don Ferris. 
Row 2: Al Rosati, Bob Lincoln, Mary Hollabaugh, Phil 
Schmidt, Al Harwood, Phil Dalessio, John Carter, Bob Good- 
hue, Jim Kenary, Carl Larkin. Row 3: Ann Lincoln, Bob 
Busby, Pete Miller, Colin Fuller, Bruce McCullough, Sue Al- 
port, Jeff Diamond, Pepper Martin, Karen Elmer, Sandy 



Pool. Row 4: Linda Goodell, Sue Baxter, Carolyn Hall, Sue 
Benson, Jill Parker, Carol Atwood, Terry Coon, Joan Finn, 
Anne Wallace, Sue Benson, Sue Fisher. Row 5: Clark Shat- 
tuck, Charlie Arnold, Bob Joly, Holly Clark, Carol Feldman, 
Andy Henry, Carol Tebaldi, Haidee Falconer, Barbara Macon. 
Row 6: Mr. Harris, Mr. D'Agostino, Brian Margolis, Al Gor- 
rod, Bart Frisbie, Myles Cooley, Ben Boynton, Miss Evans, 
Miss Menzie. 









£ s ' 






FIELD HOCKEY — Roiv 1 : Sue Fisher, Debbie Carl, Molly Moorman, Lucy Miller, 
Pam Gates, Sue Hammerich, Mary Wood, Kaki Beilby, Helen Triouleyre, Cynthia Manzi. 
Row 2: Coach Menzie, Carol Atwood, Jill Parker, Holly Clark, Carolyn Hall, Barbara 
Ryder, Joan Finn, Carol Sunter, Sue Baxter, Terry Coon, Haidee Falconer. 



Here it comes again, that hard, little, white ball 



biting wind, cold feet, leaves and dust in the face . . . what's 
wrong with these shin guards anyway — they don't seem to fit 
around the calf of my leg and what is this funny little hoop 
for? ... do I have to play again today, Miss Menzie? last time 
I got hit in the head with a stick . . . now let's see, did they say 
hit the stick with the ball or the ball with the stick? 

run, run, swing, oh my legs — I can't run another step, this 
field gets longer and longer ... a winner never quits and a 
quitter never wins . . . here it comes again, that hard, white, 
little ball — ouch! . . . no, no, Georgia, not the back of your 
stick . . . wroom! 

here comes that "truck" on their team again . . . lucky she 
didn't hit it — she would have knocked that cover off . . . she's 
not good, but she sure has nerve . . . shoot! shoot! this goal is 
too small and look at the size of those feet on that goalie! . . . 
there goes the ball again . . . not again! my socks are falling 
down . . . isn't it almost half time? 




MISS MENZIE AND MISS EVANS discuss last 
minute details about Sports' Night. 



128 




BASKETBALL TEAM — Carol Atwood, Lucy Miller, Terry Coon, Jill Parker, Mary 
Wood, Carol Sunter, Pam Gates, Jane Marcy, Miss Menzie, Kaki Beilby, Mary Reardon, 
Joan Finn, Anne Exley. 



Speedy six conquer nine of eleven opponents. 




jump it up . . . fast moving rov- 
ing players running the full 
court . . . stationary guards and 
forwards . . . only three dribbles, 
not like the boys . . . hook shot 
— make that basket, Jill . . . cor- 
ner shot . . . another basket. 



get that ball, Carol . . . that's a 
steal, Joan . . . dribble and an- 
other basket for Terry . . . time 
out and prep talks with Miss 
Menzie . . . West Side's short 
and Southwick's tough . . . but 
we win nine times and only lose 
twice ... a respectable record 
for girls' basketball. 




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GIRLS' TENNIS— Row 1 : Cathy Maxwell, 
Jill Parker, Carol Atwood, Anne Wallace, 
Barbara Garfinkel. Rou> 2: Terry Coon, 
Cynthia Tebaldi, Nita Walter, Janet Goff, 
Miss Menzie. 






fo f* 





From racket to bat to balance beam in girls' sports. 



4> # f f * f> 




GIRLS' SOFTBALL— Row 1 : Gretchen 
Balthaser, Carol Tebaldi, Mary Jane Dy- 
son, Mary Wood, Cynthia Manzi, Lynn 
Parker. Row 2: Petey Webster, Kaki 
Beilby, Ann Lincoln, Sue Fisher, Barbara 
Macon, Carol Atwood. Row 3: Terry 
Coon, Nita Walter, Cynthia Tebaldi, 
Mrs. Miller, Joan Finn, Jill Parker. 

GIRLS' GYM TEAM— Row 1: Fran 
Clark, Sue Hall, Anne Wallace, Margie 
Lauer, Neva Kaufman, Sally Carson, 
Donna Samble, Sandy Atherton, Karen 
Fisher. Row 2: Miss Menzie, Missy 
Balthaser, Joan Finn, Gretchen Balthaser, 
Joanne Davenport, Debbie Milner, Bar- 
bara Fisher, Susan Slater, Cynthia Manzi, 
Chris Penny. 





RIDING CLUB — Miss Eaton, Pam Pace, Nan Harrington, Joyce Baker, Phyllis 
Giroux, Sera Chilson, Betty Freed (mounted); Laura Bacon, Cathy Mayock (standing). 



Lancers ride again at Martins Stable. 




jodhpurs, saddles, and spurs . . . the aroma of the 
stables . . . "the Friday group should report to the 
stables on Wednesday this week" . . . the small 
saddle's English or is it Western? . . . how do I 
put on the bridle, Miss Eaton? . . . that horse had 
better be gentle . . . riding as expression of physical 
fitness and fun. 

trot and canter and trot and post and oh do we ache 
. . . the excitement of jumping, the gratification of 
accomplishment — or of at least staying on the 
horse . . . horse shows and competition: for Nancy, 
a blue ribbon at Madison Square Garden . . . for 
us, will we ever be able to jump? 



NANCY CANDIB clears three-foot fence. 



PAM PACE sets walking pace for the Riding Club. 




thunder-thunder-thunderation, we're the Lancer delegation ... a crisp 
day . . . the cold is chilling, even through my heavy sweater . . . look 
for a familiar face in the crowd, someone to make you smile . . . and 
smile even through wet hair and damp wool on Dad's Day . . . we're 
gonna f-i-g-h-t and ride tandems around the track . . . guide, flip to- 
gether now . . . and yell at football and occasionally at soccer games. 

up in the air, it's vests now, not sweaters any longer . . . around the 
rim, come on Charlie . . . practice on Wednesday, Margie? . . . Miss 
Menzie wants everyone there to prepare jumps for Enfield, Agawam, 
Minnechaug, Ludlow . . . and yes, we'll cheer for the Classical hockey 
game . . . cheer with determination . . . let's stand up . . . get the 
crowd going . . . win team win! 



CHEERLEADERS— Margie Lauer, Debbie 
Fuller, Helen Triouleyre, Marylyn Nye, 
Carol Sunter, Chris Zacarian, Sue Alport, 
Linda Goodell, Sharon Black, Laura Shatz. 




LINED UP behind Captain 
Margie Lauer are seniors Linda 
Goodell, Carol Petrie, Carol 
Sunter, and Sue Alport. 



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Were gomia j-i-g-b-t . . . and guide left, 



DRILL TEAM— Row 1 : Carol 
Feldman, Jane Laubinger, Ann Lin- 
coln, Sue Benson, captain Andrea 
Henry, Sue Filkins, C. C. Parker, 
Donna Bray, Mary Hollabaugh, 
Paula Lichter. Ron 1 2: Sharon Dyer, 
Kaethe Cosgriff, Marion Bartlett, 
Barbara Macon, Connie Young, 
Holly Clark, Nancy Leavitt, Nancy 
Ehrlich, Sally Atkinson. Row 3: 
Barbara Harris, Karen Elmer, 
Molly Moorman, Linda Childs, 
Joyce Mulkerin, Shari Skowyra, 
Mary Ryder, Carol Atwood, Beth 
Keegan. Row 4: Miss Evans, Carol 
Blakeman, Barbara Zerwitz, Caro- 
lyn Pulverenti, Beverly Grzywacz, 
Michele Lanctot, Jean Leavitt, Sue 
Hammerich. 




right. 



72345678, 22345 . . . they've got me counting in my sleep . . . guess that's 
good cause I'm half asleep anyway . . . 678,3234 . . . 7:08 in the morning . . . 
and what am I doing? marching around this crazy gym with 3 1 other crazy 
girls . . . 5678 ... at 6:45 in the morning yet . . . pinwheels, kneeling, hesita- 
tions, marching . . . 4234. 

but it's worth it . . . 567 . . . it's got to be . . . think of the applause, that loud 
and wonderful applause ... 8,723 .. . and the thrill you get when that first 
drum beat hits you ... da rum ta turn . . . and the congratulations . . . 456 . . . 
and the relief after it's over ... 78 and the final senior march. 

yeah, but those 7 a.m. practices for football were rough ... 723 . . . wet grass, 
being cold, tired eyes, and my hair fell . . . 45 . . . but Andy helped us through 
it . . . what would we have done without her and Mrs. Phelps and Miss Evans? 
. . . sleep late in the morning? drill team's worth getting up at 5:30. 




Development through 




Activities 




"WE'LL GET THIS MEETING planned yet," Donna Greenberg, treasurer, assures Bob 
Joly, president; Mr. Villeneuve, advisor; Carol Feldman, secretary; and Bart Frisbie, 
vice president. 



the year begins . . . Pres- 
ident Bob Joly stimu- 
lates activities of five 
members from each 
class . . . football season 
— programs, hot dogs, 
cokes ... a wet Dad's 
Day . . . the Halloween 
Dance, the Talent Show 
. . . starting the Smok- 
ing Council, the Student 
Council store. 



Student Council expands store, revises handbook, 



"IS SMOKING WORTH DYING OF CANCER like Nat King Cole?" 
ponder Jeff Diamond, Mafylyn Nye, Bart Frisbie, Carol Feldman, Don 
Ferris, Helen Triouleyre (seated); Charlie Arnold, Chris Zacarian, Mr. 
DAgostino, and Skip Plaisance (standing). 




why start smoking? . . . cancer . . . 
want to freshen your taste — brush your 
teeth . . . our versions of cigarette ads 
. . . show movies . . . trips to the ele- 
mentary schools and junior high — con- 
vince them not to start . . . pleasure is 
Kent? — are yellow teeth, stained fin- 
gers, or cancer pleasure? . . . don't start 
smoking. 



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jackets, sweatshirts, T-shirts . . . book 
covers are 10 cents each . . . no, sorry 
no L.H.S. covers yet . . . language lab 
tapes . . . Student Handbook revision 
. . . nine members go to the Western 
Mass. Student Council Convention . . . 
exchange with Niskayuna High School. 

talks with Mr. Pirkle . . . Sharon Black 
selected as representative to the Student 
Government Day . . . today is Playday 
— the wheelbarrow race, the balloon 
race . . . two scholarships awarded . . . 
and the year ends. 




"THINK ITS TOO BIG?" Phyllis Grossman asks salesmen Carolyn Hall, 
Sharon Black, and Charlie Arnold as Myles Cooley, John Forbess, Ann Lincoln, 
and Pam Meadows inspect bookcovers and language lab tapes. 



organizes playday— among other things. 




EARLY MORNING finds Student Council mem- 
bers in Room 215: Row 1 : Cappy Poole, Donna 
Greenberg. Row 2: Anne Wallace, Holly Clark, 
Bob Joly, Bruce Frisbie. Row 3: Missy Balthaser, 
Joyce Dolan, Carol Feldman, Jeff Diamond. Row 



4: Jim Warner, Roger Wilson, Don Hayes. 
Standing: Charlie Arnold, Mr. Villeneuve, Caro- 
lyn Hall, Bart Frisbie. Absent this morning were 
Bruce Throne, Sharon Black, Henry Rigali, Jill 
Parker, Ann Lincoln, and Dan Bustelo. 



137 




LINED UP TO DIRECT students into a pep rally are some members of the Service 
Squad: Lee Seabury, Stan Thai, Harlan Atwood, Ben Boynton, Bob Emery, Bill Cook, 
John Preston, Steve Keiser, Phil Dalessio, Clark Shattuck, Bruce Van Dolson, Brian 
Margolis, Mr. Fuller, Phil Schmidt, Gary Hooper. 

Service Squad members flash the badge 



renovated organization . . . always ready to help the 
school . . . moving furniture, working during the sum- 
mer . . . directing traffic, ushering at assemblies. 

always ready to help the school . . . and as a reward, 
privileges . . . first to leave class, flash the badge . . . 
first to lunch, flash the badge . . . and last to arrive, 
flash to badge. 

inspired with praise from Mr. Fuller . . . setting an ex- 
ample for the underclassmen . . . seniors with authority 
. . . but always ready to serve Longmeadow High. 




138 



DON FERRIS OFFERS Frank Anzalotti and 
Miss Sherman suggestions on coat checking 
procedures. 




INTELLECTS AT L.H.S. include the following: 
Row 1: advisor Mrs. Lavin, Judy Ryan, Tom 
Adams, Don Ferris, Connie Ramberg, Marion 
Bartlett. Row 2: Roger Wilson, Stuart Goldstein, 
Steve Ehrlich, Frank Anzalotti, Madelyn Weiner, 



Carol Devine, Martha Russell, Ardeth Eisner, 
Sharon Dyer, Vicky Boucher, Phyllis Grossman, 
Carol Feldman. Row 3: Harlan Atwood, Dan 
Bustelo, Ron Trachtenburg, Ron Plaisance, Jim 
Sleeper. 



NHS sets example of scholarship for L.HS. 



there will be a meeting of the National 
Honor Society . . . Tom starts the meeting, 
with the help of Miss Sherman and Mrs. 
Lavin . . . where's the money, Judy? . . . 
Connie reads what didn't get done before 
... we make momentous decisions . . . when 
will we have the next tea? who will wash 
the punch cups? 

membership means more than marks . 
scholarship, leadership, character, and ser- 
vice . . . class intellects coat check to earn 
money ... we lose a coat but otherwise do 
a good job . . . the treasury wavers . . . but 
we shall give two grants. 

membership especially means teas and tutor- 
ing . . . pouring punch, posing for pictures 
. . . tutoring eager students who squirm in 
hard seats ... we do manage to help. 




A FEW STUDENTS take advantage of the Honor Society's tutor- 
ing program after school. 



139 




WORLD AFFAIRS MEMBERS answer the question, "What's new in Viet Nam?"— 
Patricia Ray, Alan Miner, adviser Mr. Joly, Bob Orsi, Diane Groschke, Debbie Blake, 
Jean Spallino, Dan Lavin, Joel Shusman, Charlie Hayes. 



World Affairs Club ponders Great Decisions. 




global issues considered and evaluated . . . what 
will happen in Vietnam? ... is Red China a 
menace or a paper tiger? . . . can the population 
boom be controlled? . . . members foresee vic- 
tors in mock election . . . foreign policy and 
civil rights as major issues of 1964 election . . . 
the inconsistency between the elected and party 
preference . . . Bob, John, Don, and Ron pro- 
pose bills at A. I.C. Model Congress . . . mem- 
bers attend Harvard Model U.N. to gain pro- 
ficiency in world affairs. 



FUTURE INHABITANTS OF CAPITOL HILL, John Hyland, Ron 
Trachtenberg, Al Miner, Dan Lavin, and Bob Orsi, prepare bills for 
A. I.C. Model Congress with their adviser Mr. Joly. 



MO 



resolved: that nuclear weapons should be controlled by 
an international organization . . . Connie and Ron, 
negative; Steve and Doug, affirmative . . . have you seen 
the latest copy of the Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists? 
. . . debate at 3:00 o'clock today . . . where's my file 
box? 



"Longmeadow High School is happy to be debating at 
Arms Academy this afternoon" ... be precise . . . eight 
minutes, then four . . . define every term . . . that judge 
doesn't know a thing . . . well, maybe he is right . . . 
establish the need . . . develop a good plan . . . timer's 
hand is raised — -time's up. 

how do we get Red China into the argument, Mr. La- 
Valley? . . . no, Miss Charkoudian, we can't find Her- 
man Kahn's Thermonuclear War . . . you mean we're 
in a league? — Connecticut Valley Debating League . . . 
but our club is so new . . . and we're going to the Uni- 
versity of Massachusetts conference? . . . with president 
Connie Ramberg, V.P. Ron Trachtenberg, and Steve 
Munn Secretary-treasurer. 




VARSITY DEBATERS Connie Ramberg, Ron Trachtenberg, 
Doug Newton, and Steve Munn weigh the pros and cons of 
nuclear weapons with their advisers Miss Compton and Miss 
Charkoudian. 



Hot issues boil in Debate Club 




"FOREIGN POLICY? LBJ has no foreign policy!" comment members of the Con- 
servative Club — Harlan Atwood (standing), Gretchen Balthascr, Don Smith, adviser Mr. 
Reppucci, Floyd Drake, Joe Fede, Jim Galloway, Dave Gloth, Frank Anzalotti, Harris 
Barowski, Harvey Bond, George Corcoran. 



Republicans vs. Democrats . . . 
we're not Republicans though 
— we're conservatives . . . John- 
son's policies? ... he doesn't 
seem to have any . . . Young Re- 
publicans convention at A.I.C. 
. . . publication of conservativ« 
news . . . taking polls, reading 
National Review, and Human 
Events . . . helping at headquart- 
ers .. . conservatives led by 
Harlan Atwood and Don Smith. 



141 







"DOES EVERYONE KNOW what the earphones are for?" Mrs. Richter 
asks language lab aides Madalyn Weiner, Sue Troiano, Gail McQuarrie 
(sitting); David Michelman, Lois Lipson, Jean Meiklejohn, Jean Leavitt, 
Mark MacDonald, Linda Rodman (standing). 



Latin . . . French . . . and Spanish . . . dicere, parte 
then hablar . . . after-school aides rush in . . . now dupl 
cate, listen, record . . . dicere, parler, then hablar 
thread the tapes, practice until understandable in Latii 
French, Spanish. 



Future Teachers' scholarship honors worthy senior. 



listening, learning . . . real nurses with real experience 
. . . volunteers, Candy Stripers, Nurse's Aide . . . first 
steps, then the crispness and dignity of the white uni- 
form . . . opportunities for service — registered, school, 
industry, practical nursing . . . and always listening and 
learning. 

raising money — bake sales, candy bars . . . discovering 
by field trips and movies, visits to hospitals . . . dreams 
of shining new instruments . . . Mrs. Low's knowledge 
. . . finally a cap and pin — but for now, just future nurses. 



FUTURE NURSES include— Row 1 : Linda 
Mazer, Donnalyn Gross, Helena Manzi. Row 2: 
Daryl Krim, Ruth Adams, Gail Peck, Janis Hern- 
berg, Laura Vigneault. 





FUTURE TEACHERS SEEM TO ENJOY the idea of being 
behind the desk like officers Sue Troiano and Judy Ryan. Wait- 
ing for t heir turn are Lauren Feinstein, Sandy Davis, Linda 
Altman, Linda Bernstein, Lynn Cosby, Jane Troiano, Mary 
Wood, Pat Tierney, Pam Gates and advisor Mr. Houle. 



$150 . . . raise it for our scholarship — where will we 
get that much money? . . . oh, no! . . . freezing at out- 
door bake sales and our volleyball game . . . get your 
tickets for the Future Teachers' volleyball game, faculty 
versus students . . . we'll never get enough money for 
that scholarship . . . but, finally — scholarship forms for 
F.T.A. scholarship are available in the Guidance Of- 
fice." 

trip to Manley School for Retarded Children . . . an- 
other one to University of Massachusetts . . . Barb, I 
haven't got any money so I can't pay my dues! . . . 
where are the minutes of the last meeting, Judy? . . . 
Susanna madly takes attendance . . . Sue and Carol pre- 
side over meetings . . . call another meeting? . . . but, 
Mr. Houle, it seems as though we're al 'ways meeting . . . 
to prepare for teaching. 




SPANISH CLUB MEMBERS LISTEN attentively as Al Rosati explains the tape 
selected for their meeting — Row 1 : Ronni Wainstein, Phyllis Grossman, Dan Bustelo, 
Carol Preston, Linda Mazer. Row 2: adviser Mr. Standish, Pete Graham, Peter Wolk, 
Jane Cohen, Joe Fede. 

Language clubs increase fluency and enthusiasm. 




FORUM ROMANUM MEMBERS PLAN for the Roman 
Banquet, under Mrs. Leab's watchful eye — standing: 
Sandy Pool, Nancy Shoemaker, Sally Hutchins, Mrs. Leab, 
Pete Wolk, Bonnie Kurth; seated: Nancy Candib and Bob 
Emery. 



"JE REGARDE autour de moi," say French Club mem- 
bers Molly Moorman, Holly Clark, Christine Coughlan, 
Nancy Leavitt, Anne Wallace (seated); Cindy Ellis, ad- 
viser Mr. Whittaker, Julie Winters, Ann Kent, Dan 
Bloom, Sue Rosheger, Sandy Davis, Gary Milsop, Phyllis 
Grossman, Jim Sleeper, Ardeth Eisner (standing). 



bonjour mes amis . . . ah, refreshments . . . but can't I 
ever think in English? . . . tres bien, merci comment 
allez-vous? . . . ever heard the bossa nova sung in 
French? . . . slides, talks, games, and friends . . . French, 
French, and more French, but now French for fun. 

Habla Ud. espanol . . . Spanish with Standish . . . can 
you speak slower . . . muy bien, gracias, y ud . . . how 
do you say "unbelievable" in Spanish? . . . Dan Bustelo 
certainly knows what he's talking about . . . even Span- 
ish coffee . . . language lab and films and all in Spanish 
. . . si, hablo espanol. 

Et Forum Romanum ... 250 and you're in the Junior 
Classical League . . . slides of the last banquet . . . gratias 
ago, gratias, et tu . . . meetings second Thursday of each 
month with Mrs. Leab, acting department chairman . . . 
and Sandy as consul . . . meetings, meetings, meetings 
. . . and finally the Roman Banquet! 




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the deadline is December 15 . . . you will have 
to cut 17 words . . . Connie and Jim, try to 
keep it a prize newspaper . . . Jet Jotter sales 
aren't going well ... I have an idea . . . let's 
let them buy on credit . . . the sales are the best 
ever, what an idea. 

didn't you learn anything last year in journal- 
ism? . . . news summary sheets will be due on 
Monday . . . check the bulletin board . . . 
Leeper, I want a picture at three o'clock ... be 
there. 



WITH SKILL Harris Borowsky, 
Dave Leeper, and Dick Flint en- 
large a Jet ] otter picture in the new 
darkroom. 



Action photos, copious quotes, an iron hand 




SUE, NANCY, JULIE, ALAN, CAROLYN prepare to distribute Jet Jotters. 



144 




AFTER PUBLICATION, Mr. Lynch, Jim, and Connie scrutinize the current edition of 
the school newspaper. 



produce prize-winning Jet Jotter. 



idea to writer to editor to page to public . . . 
today's paste-up day, guess I won't be home until 
six o'clock . . . rewrite it immediately — this 
isn't the best article I've ever read! 

Connie and Jim earn honors for the "most 
professional paper in the area" . . . hope Vicky 
can keep up the quality work . . . March con- 
ference at Columbia and dinner after the theater 
. . . but first we'd better meet that publishing 
date. 




The Jet Jotter staff includes Nancy Candib, Don Ferris, Mylcs Cooley, 
Mr. Lynch (left row); Sharon Nuger, Bob Lowe, Karen Elmer, Carolyn 
Alspach, Connie Ramberg, Jim Sleeper (second row); Sue Alport, Al 
Kibbe, Julie Williams, Barbara Bentson, Don Mitchell (right row). 



145 



inquisitive students at work dis- 
secting world literature . . . Mrs. 
Craver and Mrs. Haberman pre- 
pare key questions on Odyssey 
. . . Plutarch's Marcus Cato . . . 
Seneca's tragedies . . . other an- 
cient classics . . . giving a view 
of world literature through per- 
sonal interpretation and discus- 
sion. 




QUESTIONS ABOUT ANCIENT LITERATURE are pondered by Lauren Fein- 
stein, Cheryl Ramberg, Patricia Ray, Debbie Blake, Nancy Shoemaker (seated); 
Mrs. Haberman, Steve Neff, Judy Cogswell, Bonnie Kurth, Barbara Harris, Dave 
Michelman, Mrs. Craver (standing). 

Literature— Great Booh discusses, Outlet creates it. 




"IS THAT WRITER FOR REAL?" Joe Stothert and Mary 
Protzel query adviser Mr. Judd. 



it's big, spacious, and quiet . . . 
so many books, more books to 
stamp, shelve, sign out . . . 
voices murmur ... so much to 
learn . . . library aides at work 
. . . helping puzzled students 
. . . seeking Miss Baird, Mrs. 
Meiklejohn ... in our spacious 
library. 



originality and the unusual, creativity and today's youth 
. . . the styles of James Joyce and e. e. cummings . . . 
how to appeal to the student body through unusual 
cover designs. 

short stories, essays, and plays . . . reading and choosing 
material . . . poetry and prose . . . meter, rhyme, and 
rhythm . . . searching for and encouraging high school 
talent. 

need for material . . . drive to promote the magazine . . . 
selling Outlet at lunch . . . Mr. Judd strives for perfec- 
tion . . . editors read and criticize as Outlet develops 
creative literary talent. 



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LIBRARY AIDES ENTHUSIASTICALLY HELP Miss Baird in 
running an efficient library — Evelyn Whipple, Janet Conti, Linda 
Palczynski, Nancy Dale, Nancy Shoemaker, Bonnie Kurth, Ann 
Kent, Bob Lowe, Miss Baird. Alan Kibbe surveys things from 
behind the others. 



READY FOR BUSINESS in the 
high school bookstore are members 
of the Business Club — Karen Oren- 
stein, Dianne Kellner, adviser Mr. 
Dankevich, Lynn Peverley, Jane 
Freedman, Diane Koetsch, Dennis 
Harris, Peggy Aldrich, Greg Ward, 
Pete Jensen, Linda Lane, Bob Hol- 
zapfel, Debbie Babb, Sally Abra- 
hamsen, Dolores Souliere, Carol 
Rachele, Ben Boynton, Kathy 
Reilly. 




typing, mimeographing, selling for business club . . . 
roll the paper in, set the margins . . . sheets of paper 
flying out . . . typing research papers and checking 



grammar . . . the spelling mistakes of the author . . . 
the smell of ink and ink on hands . . . duplicating end- 
less forms for the office. 



then the supplies — paper clips, staples, paper and more 
paper . . . and books . . . quick, I need a book to please 
the teacher . . . where's Hamlet? Conrad? . . . check 



off the proper column 
ness. 



. gaining experience in busi- 



Bookstore supplies school with over 400 titles. 




Mr. Allan and knowledgeable 
associates . . . ready to lend help- 
ing hands with opaque projec- 
tors, puzzling reflectors, de- 
velopment of athletic films . . . 
complex wiring, assemblies, the 
red spot light. 



MR. ALLAN DEMONSTRATES the proper method for using the 
projector to members of the Audio Visual Aides — Bob Guertin, Stan 
Haines, Steve Neff, Bill Mclntyre (seated); Mr. Allan, Tom Leab, 
Bob Johnson, Dave Michelman, Alan Kibbe, Ed Lowe, Peter Otto, 
Van Van de Water (standing). 



147 




"ALL WE NEED is some more money, and then we can all go abroad." 
Members of A.F.S. ponder ways to earn the necessary funds: Helen Triouleyre, 
Holly Clark, Marion Bartlett, Jeff Diamond (seated) ; Jill Parker, Nancy Leavitt, 
Bonnie Kurth, Dick Bessel, Judy Ryan, Karen Kielbasa (standing). 



Candy sales, Carnival support future AFSers 




JEFF DIAMOND SUCCUMBS to 
A.F.S. charm and chocolate. 



"juniors interested in applying" — A.F.S. year begins . . . 
"what do you do in your spare time?" . . . "why do you 
think you would be a good A.F.S. candidate?" . . . ques- 
tions, answers . . . who will they be? . . . anxious faces, 
receptions, interviews ... at last! Helen and Jeff — 
junior semifinalists . . . tears of joy, disappointment. 

learning experiences . . . southern hemisphere comes 
north . . . Dan, Carolyn give, receive . . . club creates 
interest: bulletin boards, publicity, Jet Jotter spotlight 
. . . Roger's assemblies . . . A.F.S. is for every student. 

money worries ... no more fund drives . . . from speak- 
ers to dances, candy to carnivals . . . April A.F.S. week- 
end, all for $2100 . . . and next year. 



CAROLYN AND DAN HELP Jeff and Helen shop for a 
country for the summer. 



148 




ITS ONE BIG, MERRY FAMILY of Lancers 
and Indians. Seated: Judy Hoskinson, Vance 
Bolden, Linda Snider, Rex Hemme, Dot Stuart, 
Alec Waddell, Dave Taylor, Barbara Bentson, 
Steve Keiser. Row 2: Bob Orsi, Myles Cooley, 
Al Gorrod, Pete Miller, Bob Goodhue, Bob 
Reetor, Steve Williams, Bo Kyle. Row 3: Barb 



Ryder, Chris Zacarian, Patty Preston, Sue Alport, 
Carol Sunter, Debbie Hawkins, Diane Shreves, 
Martha Taylor, Connie Ramberg. Row 4: Mr. 
Johnson, Kitty Wills, Sue Baxter, Martha Rus- 
sell, Carol Atwood, May Bradley, Linda Beer- 
bower, Mr. LaValley, Bridgeport adviser Mr. 
Stillman. 



Domestic Exchangers are bound for friendship. 



hurried, excited questions and hurried, excited students, 
and we're going to West Virginia! . . . Bridgeport, 
where's that? ... an exchange of ideas in a new pro- 
gram . . . "The purpose of Domestic Exchange is to 

they're here! . . . but where shall we take them? . . . 
Boston and Springfield and we must show them Life in 
New England . . . hockey game and basketball game 

Bridgeport during February vacations! . . . sixteen hours 
up and back with our friend the bus driver . . . how 
many dangerous curve signs? ... a new spirit of casual- 
ness and hospitality, that old Southern hospitality . . . 
y'all . . . coal mines are so black . . . this is depressed? 

a new school, a new state, a new part of our country . . . 
people to meet and people to remember and two weeks 



promote friendship and understanding among the peo- 
ple of our country" . . . hurried meetings, rules meet- 
ings, scrapbook meetings, excited meetings. 



. . . pep rally and winter concert . . . classes . . . perhaps 
a quiet evening at home ... to get to know our new 
friends. 

. . . the school is small, an hour for lunch, but what 
school spirit! ... a basketball game with "W.I." — so 
cross your fingers for Bridgeport, our school for the 
week. 



never to be forgotten 



Lancers and Indians 



friends through Domestic Exchange. 



"WAIT A MINUTE — which exchange meeting is 
this?" Colin Fuller asks fellow Domestic Exchangers 
Martha Taylor, Jill Parker, Carol Atwood, Linda Beer- 
bower, Connie Ramberg, Bob Goodhue, and Steve Wil- 
liams as they sample refreshments at afternoon tea. 





BAND — Row 1: Earl MacLeod, Ruth Bourque, 
Carol Atwood, El lie Ryan, Anne Vigneault, 
Debbie Helsing, Trina Gloth, Joyce Norton, 
Cynthia SchifT, Mark MacDonald. Row 2: Steve 
Wilson, Peter Piusz, Sally Elliott, Dave Rc-id, 
Lynne Epstein, Kathy Smith, Doug Long, Kris 
Dione, Jim Popkin, Bob Hamilton, Sue Guertin, 
Jana Edleberg, Bob Guertin. Row 3: Ronald 
Waiksnoris, Bill Sweeney, Steve Williams, Phil 
Schmidt, Bruce Hobart, Bill Smart, Steve Squire, 
Dave Holmes, Bob Miklaski, Bruce Frisbie, Du.uk 
Richter, Linda Masterson. Row 4: John Joly, 
Steve Aklrich, Phil Locario, John Atwood, Linda 
Williams, Bob Joly, David Leeper, Peter Squire, 
Alan Harwood. Row 5: Jeanine Brady, Gary 
Blake, Donald Hayes, Ronald Friedlander. 

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left, right, left, right . . . cold feet marching on a frost-covered field . . . early 

morning practice for tomorrow's game . . . hope we beat the other team . . . 

the ring of a distant bell . . . we'd better hurry or we'll be late . . . "that's all 

for this morning be sure to bring black ties and white sneakers." 

1:15 Saturday afternoon . . . the stands are filled and the crowd is cheering . . . 

everybody stands up . . . roll off and then the stirring music of the "Star 

Spangled Banner" . . . the other team kicks off . . . yea Lancers! 

the score remains close as the teams bounce . . . ten seconds left in the last 

quarter and we're four points behind . . . then Johnson makes a spectacular 

basket . . . Lancers will shine tonight! 

a trip to New York ... a chance for an exchange concert . . . only when we 

get the money . . . pops concert and we'll sell tickets ... I bet it'll be a success, 

a musical success in black ties and white sneakers. 



Band enlivens athletics, presents pops concert. 




MAJORETTES— 

Sandy Carville, 
Beverly Smith, Judy 
Caplan. 



JESTERS— Row 1: Phil Locario, Robert Miklaski, 
Bruce Frisbic, Pete Devine, Steve Wilson, Richard 
Kamp, Joe Kessler, Mr. Burkle. Row 2: Ronald 



Waiksnoris, Jeff Kaufman, Bob Warwick, Bruce Ho- 
bart, Steve Squire, John Atwood, Gary Blake, Don 
LePage, Steve Munn, Bob Lezinski. 



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ORCHESTRA — Row 1: Joyce Norton, Marylyn Nye, 
Patricia Harwood, Nancy Bein, Joan Hernberg, 
Jeanine Brady. Row 2: Judith Eisner, Debby Haddad, 



Betty Bourque, Donna Greenberg, Dave Reid, Linda 
Williams, Ellie Ryan, David Leeper, Anne Vigneault, 
Ronald Waiksnoris, Susan Cooper. 




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From dissonance to consonance as orchestra progresses. 



MISSY BALTHASAR 




JOYCE NORTON 



CHAMBER MUSICIANS — Joyce Norton, Judy Eisner, Pat Harwood, Nancy 
Bein. 



A — block: okay violins, let's hear it . . . watch the intonation . . . crescendo 
here — now way down, under the flutes . . . use your full bow here — hold 
that C . . . okay, let's try the Faust. 



is orchestra this week Tuesday or Thursday? . . . take out the Christmas 
folio — only five rehearsals until the concert . . . practice . . . maybe wed 
better take the music home ... or use the new practice rooms . . . and now 
only four more rehearsals until performance. 

practice on the field today — bring a chair and stand . . . and clothespins to 
hold the graduation music . . . Pnm(> and Circumstance: here we go — 
in preparation for our final performance. 



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GIRLS' CHORUS— Row 1 : C. C. Parker, Beth Moakler, Haidee Fal- 
coner, Karen Elmer, Sue Shepard, Marcia Hennick, Jean Kelly. Row 
2: Ronni Alberts, Sheri Skowyra, Joyce Mulkerin, Debbie Fuller, 
Gail McQuarrie, Roberta Bernstein, Judy Ryan. Row 3: Charlene 
D'Avanzo, Ann Kent, Jacqueline Black, Cynthia Ellis, Mary Ryder, Sue 
Troiano, Barbara Smith. Row 4: Jayne Laubinger, Sue Hart, Barbara 
Ryder, Connie Smith, Mr. Carboncll. 



FRESHMAN GIRLS' CHORUS— Row I: Janet Frueh, Sally Carson, 
Judy Auerbach, Sandra Tougias, Roberta Vincent, Timmy Carter. Row 
2: Debbie Sirulnik, Nancy Kaynor, Virginia Williams, Karen Kobrosky, 
Debbie Wilson, Cheryl Ramberg, Nancy Moyer. 

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Mr. Carboncll reshapes 




CANTORI — Larry Cooley, 
Jane Marcy, Robert Leff, Sue 
Shepard, Vicky Boucher, John 
Carter, Chris Whittlesey, Frank 
Anzalotti. 



LYRICS— Row /: Bonnie 
Kurth, Julie Williams, 
Carol Preston, Donna Bray, 
Jane Marcy, Barbara Ryder, 
Chris Whittlesey, Janet 
Conti, Mary Ryder, Carolyn 
Alspach, Marcia Hennick, 
Sue Shepard, Jean Kelly. 
Roiv 2: John Carter, Peter 
Wender, Robert Leff, Rob- 
ert Franklin, Will Thayer, 
Alan Kibbe, Chuck Adams, 
Henry Talbert, Frank An- 
zalotti, Larry Cooley, Rich- 
ard Flint. 



BOYS' CHORUS— Row I: Nat Salfas, 
Sterling Orr, Mark Auerbach, Dick Flint. 
Row 2: Paul Reitz, John Carter, Steve Al- 
drich, Larry Cooley. Row 3: Mike Leiber, 
Pete Otto, Roy Lithwin, Phil Ryan. 




groups with varying sizes, sexes, and abilities . . . yet all with the same 
purpose — improvement . . . Freshman Chorus— the amazing conversion 
of a group of unruly, gossipy girls into a group of well-rehearsed and 
well-trained gossipy girls . . . Men's Chorus — a little "boy talk" inter- 
mingled with a lot of work and determination . . . "hair splitting" be- 
comes routine. 



vocal program. 



Chorus II — amazing improvement for everyone and a more sophisticated 
form of gossip . . . Lyrics — hopes for an exchange concert, the Music 
Festival ... a group of well-trained musicians, but still much room for 
improvement . . . Cantori — a newly formed Renaissance group . . . only 
one person on a part . . . size isn't everything . . . groups differing in size, 
shape, and caliber, but with universal enthusiasm for vocal music. 




1. Literary Staff: Bart Frisbie, Bruce McCuIIough, 
Ross Appleman, Fred Reardon, Carol Sunter, 
Holly Clark, Jeff Diamond, Roberta Bernstein, 
Larry Cooley, Sue Troiano, Steve Ehrlich. MISS- 
ING — Cathy Adams, Tom Adams, Marion Bart- 
lett, J canine Brady, Joan Finn, Joanne Gloth, 
Linda Goodell. 

2. Art Staff: Helen Triouleyre, Norm Patten, 
Barbara Fisher. MISSING — Richard MacGreg- 
ory. 

2 >. Typing Staff: editor Diane Koetsch, Ardeth 
Eisner, Debbie Babb. 

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Captions, layouts, deadlines 
create Masacksic atmosphere. 




captions, copy, pictures, running heads — what a bother ... a word 
that means "exciting," "successful" . . . with many thanks to Roget's 
Thesaurus ... a unifying theme. 

Mr. Suher's searching for ads and Miss Steele's searching for articles 
. . . mailing 52 pages on December 15 . . . E Block in room 13 . . . 
Saturday and vacation awful- — awful sessions before deadlines — will 
we make it? 

Charlie's devising new layouts . . . measuring spaces, making it all fit 
. . . capturing faces, alive faces with Mr. Rhode's camera. 

color and an expanded book . . . identifying pictures, lively pictures, 
natural pictures, everyone's picture . . . secrecy and the rumors . . . the 
yearbook — to look back on and remember ... in streams of con- 
sciousness. 



1. Art Editor: Charlie Hunter. 

2. Literary Staff: Jeff Chandler, editor Judy Ryan, 
Ross Appleman. 

3. Photography Staff: Frank Anzalotti, Vico 
Baer. 

4. Advisers: Deborah C. Steele, literary; Maurice 
Suher, business. 

5. Editors-in-chief: Roberta Bernstein, Fred 
Reardon. 



157 



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welcome' 

^ I Skiers 




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and that's the way it was, 1964-1965. 




development through school and community . . . more 
students . . . larger school . . . more drop-ins . . . learn- 
ing to accept responsibility . . . part-time jobs to pay for 
college. 

developing along many lines . . . from freshmen to 
seniors . . . from seniors to . . . post-graduate experiences 
. . . developing specific talents . . . planning for a vo- 
cation . . . the banquet, the prom . . . graduation at last 
. . . we leave L.H.S. . . . always eager for more social 
and academic development. 



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Development through 



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Business 



Ads, ads, ads and more ads . . . telephone calls, memos and 
trips to see the manager . . . searching for full page ads and the 
ever important patrons . . . our appreciation to the merchants of 
the Springfield area . . . Mr. Suher's devotion . . . Lists to be 
compiled, meetings to be held . . . eye catching layouts . . . the 
search for exciting pictures and captions . . . perfecting the last 
section of the book . . . rush to meet the deadline . . . creating 
an interesting section . . . the last drive . . . ads, ads, ads and 
more ads . . . the yearbook is a success! 



Masacksic Business Staff 



Seated: Andrea Henry, Pam Meadows, Dana Paige, Richard Flier, Sue Fisher. Standing: 
Diane Kellner, Karen Orenstein, Marianna Santinello, Jane Freedman, Mr. Suher, Paula 
Lichter. 




162 



Patrons 



The Masacksic Staff is deeply indebted to its patrons and advertisers. Without 
their assistance, this book could not have become a reality. 



Mr. and Mrs. Lewis E. Abrams 
Mr. and Mrs. N. S. Abrahams 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy F. Abrahamsen 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Adams 
Mr. and Mrs. Edward R. Adams 
Mr. and Mrs. H. William Adams, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Harris E. Adriance, III 
Dr. and Mrs. Benjamin Alport 
Mr. and Mrs. George S. Alspach 
Mr. and Mrs. Gus Anderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Elliott E. Babb 
Mr. and Mrs. John Baird 
Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Barowsky 
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Berg 
Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernstein 
Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Boltrucyk 
Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Bostwick 
Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Boucher 
Dr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Brand 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bray 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brigham 
Mr. George E. Brisset 
Mr. and Mrs. George W. Busby, Jr. 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Caplan 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Carter 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Childs 
Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Clark, III 
Mr. and Mrs. William J. Clark 
Atty. and Mrs. Louis Cohen 
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cohen 
Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Cohen 
Dr. and Mrs. John S. Coughlan, Jr. 
Mrs. W. Emerson Craig 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald B. Crane 
Dr. and Mrs. Henry L. Dalessio 
Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. D'Angelo 
Mr. and Mrs. Michael D'Angelo 
Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. D'Avanzo 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Davenport 
Mr. and Mrs. James A. Dayton 
Mr. and Mrs. Roswell L. Derby 
Mr. and Mrs. James V. Devine 
Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Diamond 
Mr. and Mrs. John B. Donovan 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard J. Dore 
Rev. and Mrs. Floyd D. Drake, Sr. 



Mrs. Michael M. Dyer 

Mr. and Mrs. Benn R. Eckstein 

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Falconer, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Eino E. Falkenberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Abraham B. Feinstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul Feldman 

Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Finn, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harland S. Fisher 

Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph J. Fisher 

Mrs. R. R. Fitzsimmons 

Mr. and Mrs. Reid G. Fordyce 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Fox 

Mrs. Edythe Frank 

Mr. and Mrs. John R. Fuller 

Mr. and Mrs. Milo F. Galbraith 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen B. Goodell 

David M. Goodhue 

Mr. and Mrs. William C. Gorrod, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenfeld 

Mr. and Mrs. James Haberlin 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley L. Haines 

Dr. and Mrs. Donald R. Hayes 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Henry 

Mrs. John Hernberg 

Mr. and Mrs. Merrill S. Hobart 

Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hollabaugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Hollister, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Holzapfel 

Mr. and Mrs. Irving A. Hopkins 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Jones 

Dr. and Mrs. David M. Kagan 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kana 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Kellner 

Mr. and Mrs. James S. Kenary 

Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Kielbasa 

Mr. and Mrs. Graham King 

Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Lane 

Mr. and Mrs. William P. Lauer 

Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Leab 

Mrs. Catherine A. Leone 

Mr. Harry Levine 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley P. Lezinski 

Dr. and Mrs. Gerald I. Lichter 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Longo 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Lyman 

Mr. and Mrs. Ciro J. Manzi, Sr. 



Mr. and Mrs. Louis Manzi 

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Masterson 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick G. Mayer 

Mr. and Mrs. John S. Mayock 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCullough 

Mr. and Mrs. Donald McQuarrie 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis B. Meadows 

Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Moore 

Mr. and Mrs. John Moorman 

Mr. and Mrs. Edward F. Mulkerin 

Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo L. Neal 

Mr. and Mrs. Max Orenstein 

Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Otto 

Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L. Parker 

Mrs. Margaret Parker 

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Patterson 

Mr. and Mrs. James A. Pool 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Pringle 

Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Pulvirenti 

Mr. and Mrs. Frederick J. Reardon 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Reilly 

Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson 

Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Robson 

Mr. and Mrs. George Rutherford 

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth F. Ryder 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sanders 

Mr. and Mrs. Franklin M. Sciutto 

Dr. and Mrs. Richard W. Scott 

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Seabury, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Clark W. Shattuck 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Slattery 

Mr. and Mrs. Arnold J. Sleeper 

Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Smith 

Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sokolowski 

Mr. and Mrs. Wesley J. Souliere 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Stelzer 

Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tetu 

Mr. and Mrs. Victor W. Thompson 

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tomassetti 

Mr. and Mrs. H. Robert Van Gaasbeck 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Weiner 

Mr. and Mrs. Marion Montague Williams 

Mr. and Mrs. Russell M. Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Saul Wilson 

Mr. and Mrs. Zigmond W. Wozniak 

Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Zacarian 



163 



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS 



ADVERTISER PAGE 

A 

Al Marcotte Ford 194 

Alamac Knitting Mills, Inc 182 

Albert Collings and Son 168 

Allen Lawnmower Co., Inc. 209 

Altman Bros. Paper Co., Inc. 195 

American Legion Post 172 

Anderson and Co 192 

Arkay Shops 186 

Armatas Super Market 186 

Arthur Cooley Inc 194 

Atlantic Aluminum 193 

Atlas Auto Body 199 

Automobile Sales 180 

B 

Balise Chevrolet 1 88 

Bay Path Junior College 192 

Beaulieu Chevrolet 170 

Beauty Shop on The Green 200 

Belmont Laundry 172 

Bliss Pharmacy 194 

Bob's Variety Store 172 

Breckwood Lumber Co. 173 

Brightwood Hardware and Bike Shop 170 

C 

Carborundum Co. 186 

Carl Fisher Co 167 

Carter Paper Co 1 67 

Class of 1966 195 

Class of 1967 197 

Class of 1968 184 

Chief Walmer's Driving School 195 

Ciciarelli Insurance Agency 173 

City Rambler 211 

Corcoran, E. J., Co. 194 

Cunningham's Book Shop 186 



ADVERTISER 



PAGE 



D 

Dale Bros. Laundries 184 

Dave's Foodtown Supermarket 178 

Dempsey Industrial Furnace Co 187 

E 

Eastern States Storm Window, Inc 180 

Edward L. Canter Co. 204 

F 

Facey, Albert J. 203 

Fairbanks Auto School 197 

Fede's Barber Shop 168 

Frederick's Inc 185 

Friendly Ice Cream Corp. 189 

G 

Gilbert's Book Shop 203 

Guthrie Fence Co., Inc 203 

H 

Hallen Construction Co 198 

Hampden Brass and Aluminum Co. 196 

Hampden Coal and Oil Co 171 

Harold Kent Ford, Inc 185 

Hayden Wayside Furniture 178 

Hinkson Paper Co 179 

Homestead Construction Co. 202 

Holyoke Equipment Co., Inc 203 

Holyoke Machine Co. 178 

Howard Johnson's 202 

I 

I. M. Press Formal Shop 179 

Interstate Tire and Brake Shops .... 204 

K 
Kings Dept. Stores 190-191 

Kimmell's Bakery and Delicatessen 179 

Kittrcdge, M. J., Inc. 179 



164 



ADVERTISER 



PAGE ADVERTISER 



PAGE 



L 

Landen-True, Inc 180 

Lauer's Market 202 

Library Book House 178 

Longmeadow Barber Shop 196 

Longmeadow Beauty Salon 202 

Longmeadow Community Market 170 

Longmeadow Flowers 181 

Longmeadow Pharmacy 188 

Longuiel Transportation Co 201 

Loring Studios 166 

M 

Mansfield Paper Co 188 

Mario's Barber Shop 210 

Mascaro's Florist 212 

Massasoit Chemical Co 211 

McCullough Real Estate and Insurance 169 

Midtown Recreation Center 171 

Miller, K. Tool and Mfg. Co 192 

Milton Bradley Co 177 

Moore Drop Forging Co 199 

Mountain Laurel Restaurant 169 

N 

National Gage and Die Co., Inc. 188 

New England Container Co 183 

New England Telephone and Telegraph Co. 215 

O 

Okun Furniture Co 174 

Orenstein, Max 210 

P 

Paramount Theatre 168 

Phelon Magnagrip Co., Inc. 206 

Price Associates 212 

R 

Ryland, Thomas P., Co., Inc. 212 



Samuel Black Co 169 

Separate Shop 167 

Six Corners Pizza Shop 193 

Sleeper, A. J., Co., Inc 177 

Smith Pharmacy 200 

Souliere Building Corp 205 

Spalding, A. G. and Bros., Inc 175 

Springfield Gas Light 176 

Springfield Republican 205 

Stacy Machine Co., Inc. 210 

Standard Industrial Supply 201 

Stanley Home Products 181 

State Line Fine Foods 212 

State Line Service, Inc. 168 

Stearns and Wescott 210 

Stuart Hughes and Co 169 

Sunter Drug Store 176 



Thacker-Craig Paper 193 

Trading Post Pharmacy 171 

U 

Underwood Press, Inc. 209 

Universal Jewelry Case Co 208 

United Engineers 213 

United States Envelope Co 207 



Valley Cinema 208 

W 

W. F. Young, Inc 214 

Wallace Manufacturing Corp. 208 

Willow Glen House 209 

Winfield Hat Co. 209 

Winnie's Auto Service 208 



Zimmerman, H. and Son 
Zundell Hardware 



204 
204 



165 



rJLorinci studios 



Corner of Stearns Square and Bridge St. 
Springfield, Massachusetts 




BEST LOOKING 
Jeff Rutherford Ann Lincoln 



Official Yearbook Photographers 



G. Edward Carlson 



Manager 



166 



THE SEPARATE SHOP 



LONGMEADOW, MASS. 



+ + 



"On the Green' 




BEST DRESSED 
Roger Wilson Lois Abrahams 




MOST SCHOOL SPIRITED 
Margie Lauer Bob Joly 



CARL FISHER CO. 



Roofs, Sheei Metal and Welding 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



CARTER PAPER CO. 



136 WAYSIDE AVENUE 



WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Tel. 785-1961 



167 



STATE LINE SERVICE STATION 


PARAMOUNT 1 


GARAGE 


THEATRE 1 


1730 LONGMEADOW STREET 


• • • 




SHOW PLACE 


<> 






of 


LO 7-7585 


WESTERN MASSACHUSETTS 





MOST VERSATILE 
Margie Lauer Don Ferris 



CLASS ATHLETES 
Charles Arnold Terry Coon 







ALBERT COLLINGS & SON 




FEDE'S BARBER SHOP 


Painting Contractors 




145 STATE STREET 


HOME - SCHOOL - INDUSTRIAL 
ST 3-3210 




SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


168 







SAMUEL BLACK COMPANY 


THE MOUNTAIN LAUREL 


100 MEMORIAL AVENUE 




WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


ROUTE 5 


DIAL 733-3178 


THOMPSONVILLE, CONN. 


-0O0- 




Best one source for all Paperbacks 


Where you will relax in a pleasant atmosphere 




and enjoy a delicious lunch or dinner. 


amuel P. Black Lewis A. Black 






CLASS INDIVIDUALISTS 
Jo-Anne Left Bruce Wilson 




CLASS INTELLECTS 
Jim Sleeper Connie Romberg 



STUART HUGHES & CO., INC. 



1431 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



Tel: 781-2384 



Complete Investment Service 



David J. Manheim— Louis B. Meadows— Milton Schreiber 



REAL ESTATE and INSURANCE 



RICHARD A. McCULLOUGH 



784 WILLIAMS STREET 



LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 



'Service Is Our Business' 



LO 77708 



169 





BRIGHTWOOD HARDWARE 


LONGMEADOW COMMUNITY 


& Bike Shop 


MARKET 


794 WILLIAMS STREET 


♦ 


LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 


138 LONGMEADOW STREET 


Lawnmower Repairs 
Bike Repairs — Appliance Repairs 


LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 


Scoit Lawn Products 




Free Delivery — — LO 7-8436 




CLASS ARTISTS 
Peter Coes Connie Romberg 




CLASS MUSICIANS 
Bob Lezinski Marion Bartlett 



BEAULIEU CHEVROLET INC. 



707 STATE ST. 



Springfield, Massachusetts 



170 



HAMPDEN COAL & OIL CO., INC. 





CLASS FLIRTS 
Jayne Laubinger Bruce Van Dolson 



CLASS COMEDIANS 
Jo-Anne Left Stuart Okun 



MIDTOWN RECREATION 
BOWLING ALLEYS 

2 ORANGE STREET 
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



RE 4-9729 



Di Carlo Bros., Prop. 



Air Conditioned 



Phone LO 7-3364 

TRADING POST 
PHARMACY 

903 SHAKER ROAD 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 

Free Delivery 

* 

Full Line of Cosmetics 
Baby Needs — Luncheonette 

Nathan & Sam Davis 
Reg. Pharm. 



171 



BOB'S 
VARIETY STORE 

"The Store with Friendly Service' 

<> 
AT THE STATE LINE 



Best Wishes and Good Luck 

to the 

CLASS OF 1965 

From the 

ALBERT T. WOOD 

POST 175 
AMERICAN LEGION 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED 
Connie Romberg Jim Sleeper 




CLASS COUPLE 
Cynthia Parker Clark Shattuck 



FIRST in Personal Service 



elmon 



dundr 



and CUSTOM W dMt CLEANERS 



333 BELMONT AVENUE 



172 



BRECKWOOD LUMBER TRIM CO., INC. 



78 VERGE STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



The largest manufacturers of wooden roof trusses 
in Western Massachusetts 





MOST ACCIDENT PRONE 
Peter Miller Debbie Levine 



"SITTING PRETTY" 
Lois Abrahams Nancy Candib 




Phillip C. Ciciarelli, C.L.U. 

General Agent 



Mutual 

OF OMAHA 




Ciciarelli Insurance Agency 

Headquarters for the Greatest Name 
In HEALTH INSURANCE 
Mutual of Omaha — 
Your Good Neighbor 
MUTUAL OF OMAHA 
INSURANCE COMPANY 
HOME OFFICE, OMAHA, NEBRASKA 
Insurance for Individuals and Families 
Sickness — Hospitalization — Accident 
Group Insurance • Air Travel Insur- 
ance • Student Insurance • Senior Se- 
curity Insurance for those 65 or over. 
OVER $4,000,000 IN BENEFITS PAID EACH WEEK 
FEATURING LOCAL BENEFITS SERVICE 

- Head Office: - 




John G. Ciciarelli 
General Agent 



91 Broadway — Springfield, Mass. — 
YOUR STUDENT ACCIDENT INSURANCE 



737-4771 
UNDERWRITERS 



United 

OF OMAHA 




173 




with the Red Canopy Entrance 

1786 MAIN ST. Just above the arch 1105 MAIN ST. South End ^ 




"Are you sure it's right, Stu" 
Robert Okun Stuart Okun 



174 



t^yr^y- <j/vcl£>9ou^ r^/cAxyn.^^c 




Spalding "Family" at Longmeadow High 

Seated: Jill Parker, Paul Jones, Lisa Nannen 

Standing: Carolyn Jones, Laura Bacon. 




175 




DRIES 
4 LOADS 

for the 
PRICE OF ONE 



SERV/CF 



The Springfield GAS Light Company now serves nearly 2,000 homes in 
Longmeadow and we sincerely hope to serve you! 




"Our favorite drug store is 

Carol Sunter Rick Sunter 




"Is this a week's supply for Mr. Suher?" 



jwrfah* J/ajiul >Cnc 



165 OAKLAND STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



176 




After more than 100 years of contribution to the joy of living 
and to the happiness and betterment of childhood through its 
production of toys, games and educational material, Milton Bradley 
Company looks forward to the future with confidence. 

New and exciting things are happening these days in America's 
classrooms. The teaching profession knows that educating our 
children properly requires more than bricks and mortar for new school 
buildings. Progressive educators with imagination are pioneering 
and experimenting today with the results which could be the con- 
ventional curriculum of tomorrow. 

Milton Bradley Company's objective lies in its ability to furnish the 
necessary tools to meet the demands for child training of the future. 



MILTON BRADLEY COMPANY 

74 Park Street, Springfield, Massachusetts 
NEW YORK • CHICAGO • SAN FRANCISCO 





'Living proof of our products' 
Tom, Charlene Jim, 

Myles 



Jane goes to the 
"HEAD of THE CLASS" 



A. J. SLEEPER CO., INC. 



• ♦ • 



Wholesale Health and Beauty Aids 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



177 



DAVE'S FOODTOWN 
SUPERMARKET 

Member of "Big 11" 
-0O0- 



60 Shaker Rd. 
East Longmeadow 



483 Belmont Ave. 
Springfield 



HOLYOKE MACHINE CO. 



<> 



World's Finest Calender Rolls 



HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS 




Food for thought" 















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T2lj> 








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New extra-curricular activity- 
Night-time library study! 



HAYDEN WAYSIDE 
FURNITURE INC. 

245 ENFIELD STREET 
Thompsonville Connecticut 




For any room in the home visit 
HAYDEN WAYSIDE FURNITURE 

where you will always find 
QUALITY - SERVICE - SAVINGS 



178 



LIBRARY 
BOOK HOUSE 



WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



KIMMELL'S 
Bakery & Delicatessen 

Birthday, Wedding and All Occasion 
- Cake Our Specialty 

Corner 
WILLIAM STREET & BLISS ROAD 

— Telephone — 
LO 7-3304 LO 7-3305 



TEL RE 6-4711 

I. M. PRESS FORMAL SHOP 

"We Will Impress You With Our Service" 

Correct Formal Dress 

Tuxedos, Full Dress, Cutaways 

Strollers, White Dinner Jackets 

All Accessories 



326 DWIGHT STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 




Three's a crowd" 




'Bus, books and oh bother" 



M. J. KITTREDGE INC. 

Diamonds 
Jewelry Silverware 

1354 Main Street 
SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

— Headquarters for — 
High School Rings Charms and Pins 



HINKSON PAPER COMPANY 

* 

Converters of Paper 
PALMER, MASSACHUSETTS 



179 



EASTERN STATES 
STORM WINDOW, INC. 

1010 MEMORIAL AVENUE 

WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 

Mfg. & Distributor 
STORMSEAL Aluminum Product 

Offices throughout the East 



AUTOMOBILE SALES CO. 



95 LIBERTY STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 





"Fair damsel— wilt thee be mine" 



'But— I don't want to look at any books" 



JEWELRY ..- SILVERSMITHS 



'Quality Jewelers Since 1862' 



LANDEN-TRUE INC. 



1390 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



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FTD Member 

473 Longmeadow St. 






rsLonameadow ^Q0s 

FLOWERS 


Brad Parker, Jr. 


Deliveries to Greater Springfield 


LO 7-3343 





'Will there be enough orchids?' 



Future "Stanley Hostesses" 




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Stanley Home Products, Inc 

Westfield, Massachusetts 



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ALAMAC KNITTING MILLS, INC. 



34 FRONT STREET 



INDIAN ORCHARD 



MASSACHUSETTS 




It's Thai, any way you look at it. 
Stan Sandy Doug 



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"Big brother-'Little' brother" 
Ben Boynton Nectl Boynton 




NEW ENGLAND CONTAINER COMPANY 

CHICOPEE, MASSACHUSETTS 

• • • 

Manufacturers of 

CORRUGATED CONTAINERS 

BOXES & CARTONS 



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THE CLASS OF 1968 



WISHES 



The Best of Everything 



To 



THE CLASS OF 1965 





"Should I Take French or Latin . . . ?" 



'Admiration" 



DALE 3R05 



RE 6-5491 



472 UNION STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



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Easy credit to 

All Longmeadow High School Graduates 

Only If You Know and Are Friendly With 

DAVID NISSENBAUM 

FREDERICKS JEWELERS 

— The house of cheaper diamonds — 
'We will adjust your watch free of charge on Mondays' 




"Les Boys' 




'There's a Mustang in every gal's future!' 



HAROLD KENT FORD INC. 



CHICOPEE FALLS, MASSACHUSETTS 



185 



ARMATA'S SUPER MARKET 



901 SHAKER ROAD 



LONGMEADOW 




SHOP 



|2 VeA/vtovb St 






Judge Harry M. Ehrlich Soccer Award 
Robert Joly 



Arthur Cooley Tennis Award 
Dana Paige 



CARBORUNDUM COMPANY 



WEST SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



186 



Largest selection of Paperbacks in town! 

Cunningham's Paper & Book 
Shops 

SPRINGFIELD -AMHERST 
Open Evenings 




'Going my way?" 




DEMPSEY INDUSTRIAL FURNACE 

CORPORATION 

125 MAIN STREET SPRINGFIELD, MASS. U.S.A. 

WORLD WIDE BUILDER OF INDUSTRIAL 
HEAT PROCESS EQUIPMENT 



187 



BALISE MOTOR SALES CO. 



603 COLUMBUS AVENUE 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



NATIONAL 
Gage and Die Co., Inc. 

<> 

11 RAMAH CIRCLE 



AGAWAM 



MASS. 





Harmony 


"Any new layout ideas" 


| LONGMEADOW 


MANSFIELD PAPER 


PHARMACY 


CO. INC. 


• 


• 


159 LONGMEADOW STREET 


187 LIBERTY STREET 


LONGMEADOW 


SPRINGFIELD 


MASSACHUSETTS 


MASSACHUSETTS 



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- CLASS RENDEZVOUS - 



FRIENDLY 7 S 



The Friendly Steak & Sundae Shop 



732 BLISS ROAD 




U 

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"Four steaks— medium wel 




'Banana Imperials all around— Norm's buying' 



FRIENDLY ICE CREAM SHOP 



10 BLISS ROAD 



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Up at seven, to school by eight, rush for lunch, take same tests, participate 
in extracurricular activities, then home to catch one's breath. This schedule 
typifies the Longmeadow High School student's day. From the classroom to 
Jet Jotter, to stables, Nancy Candib's routine is busy and full. Her leisure 
time is spent horseback riding. After school, on weekends, and during vaca- 
tions, Nancy prepares for exciting horse shows. Whether it be at basketball 
games, in school, or at home, Nancy represents the spirit of Longmeadow 
High School. 




COMPLIMENTS OF KINGS 



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BAY PATH 
JUNIOR COLLEGE 

Courses of Study: 

Executive Secretarial 

Medical Secretarial 

Liberal Arts 



588 Longmeadow Street Telephone LO 7-3371 Longmeadow, Mass. 

Catalog Sent Upon Request 






Honoring a great man. 



Can we make the deadline? 



The Window Cleaning SERVICE 

. . . for Particular People 

General Cleaning Contractors 

ANDERSON & CO. 

43 WESTERN VIEW CIRCLE 
EAST LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 



Telephone LA 5-3353 



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RE 3-1360 - Phones - RE 2-6120 

K. MILLER TOOL 
& MFG. CO., INC. 

MANUFACTURERS OF WIRE STRIPPERS 



Kenneth T. Miller 
President 

Res. LO 7-3819 



875 ELM STREET 
WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS 



4 CWV V**^ ffchrtiP^A $P*^p*Ph AflMfTltodP 



Aluminum 
Brass 
Copper 



All Sizes 

Shapes 

Alloys 



ATLANTIC ALUMINUM 

AND METAL DISTRIBUTORS, INC. 



mtum'nMmt n» mrm—M—iTi winrnrr in 




Quality products of the finest 
mills in England and the Con- 
tinent, competitively priced. "To 
profitably Reduce your metal 
costs, call your nearest Atlantic 
Office Today!" 





'Wet your lips— say, 'Cheese' 



'This is the way to the Left Bank" 




THACKER CRAIG 
PAPER COMPANY 

<> 

71 RAMAH CIRCLE - South 

Agawam Shopping Center 

AGAWAM, MASSACHUSETTS 



SIX CORNERS PIZZA 



'Skillfully Prepared' 



339 WALNUT STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



RE 4-7266 



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AL MARCOTTE FORD, INC. 



• ♦ 



Jet. HIGH and MAPLE STREETS 



HOLYOKE 



For School Supplies and Cosmetics 
COME TO 

BLISS PHARMACY 
INC. 

Louis H. Selwitz, Ph.G. 

Phone LO 7-3359 

794 WILLIAMS STREET AT BLISS 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 

Next to Popular Markets 





'Shine, Sharon. 



"Ouch! That's my ankle. 



Reflection of Good Taste — even before 

THE GIFT is opened— because it bears these two 

names— Yours— and Ours 



-^rrlhur K^oole 



V 



JEWELER 



1210 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



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Best Wishes to the Class of '65 

E. J. CORCORAN CO. 

PLUMBING and HEATING 
434 BLISS ROAD 
LONGMEADOW MASSACHUSETT! 

LO 7-5394 



Call Evenings 




RE 2-6752 - ST 2-2555 


ALTMAN BROS. 


Chief Walmer's 


PAPER CO., INC. 


DRIVING SCHOOL 


V 


Dual Control Cars 




We Call for You 


2073 MAIN STREET 


Teenage Insurance Discount 


SPRINGFIELD 


19 NORFOLK STREET 


MASSACHUSETTS 


SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 






'Impossible! Dues can't be raised again." 




'Will you chaperone our trip, Mr. McLean.' 



BEST OF LUCK 

TO THE 

CLASS OF 1965 

FROM THE 

CLASS OF 1966 



195 



HAMPDEN BRASS & ALUMINUM CO. 

Joseph J. Deliso Sr., President 

• • • 

SPRINGFIELD 

MASSACHUSETTS 




'Leave it long around the ears.' 




Donna ponders, "What's new?" 



LONGMEADOW BARBER SHOP 



Anthony Alaimo, Proprietor 



16 BLISS ROAD 



196 




20 DWIGHT STREET 

RE 3-0458 
THE OLDEST AUTOMOBILE SCHOOL IN THE UNITED STATES 

"over 54 years serving Springfield" 



SPRINGFIELD 



Dual Control Cars — Standard & Automatic Shift 
Licensed by Registrar of Motor Vehicles 




Fathers can't teach driving as well as Fairbanks! 




"Hi! Fellows!" 



THE CLASS OF 1967 



CHEERS 



THE CLASS 



OF 1965 



197 




RAILROADS AND INDUSTRIAL 

MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 

STEEL ERECTION • EQUIPMENT RENTALS 




SMC© 



CONSTRUCTION CO.. INC. 



139 PARAMOUNT ST., SPRINGFIELD 

• RE 7-9841 



RE 7-6115 

NEW YORK - 4270 AUSTIN BLVD., ISLAND PARK - LONG BEACH GE neral 2-8300 




Our Minstrel Man 



198 



Tel. STate 8-965) 



ATLAS AUTO BODY, INC. 



Complete Auto Body Repairing, Painting & Upholstery 



JOSEPH TOMASSETTI 



ONE BELMONT AVENUE 



SPRINGFIELD 8, MASS. 




'What do we do, now?' 




'When 'Irish' Eyes Are Smiling — ' 



MOORE DROP FORGING CO. 



SPRINGFIELD 



MASSACHUSETTS 



199 



BEAUTY SHOP ON THE GREEN 

Josephine M. Lucas, Prop. 

9 CHANDLER AVE. 
(Cor. Chandler Ave. & Longmeadow Street) 



LONGMEADOW 



MASSACHUSETTS 



Tel. LO 7-5643 



Instant Hair Dryers 




The Latest Creation 




'Wrap it up." 



SMITH PHARMACY INC. 

487 Longmeadow Street 

LONGMEADOW MASSACHUSETTS 

LO 7-3582 - LO 7-5653 



200 



LONGUEIL 



TRANSPORTATION 



INC. 





Longueil for Service 



'Give it to us straight, Ken. 



STANDARD INDUSTRIAL SUPPLY CO., INC. 



246 CHESTNUT STREET 



Springfield 



Massachusetts 



201 



HOMESTEAD CONSTRUCTION 


Longmeadow Beauty Salon 


Roy A. Provencher 


LO 7-5167 


<> 


151 LONGMEADOW STREET 


22 PRIMROSE DRIVE 


LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 


LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 


Air Conditioned 





Margie plans a pep program. 



"6:00 A.M. to-morrow! We need more practice.' 





LAUER'S MARKET 


HOWARD JOHNSON'S 




20 CROSS STREET 


25 PARK AVENUE 




LONGMEADOW 


WEST SPRINGFIELD 




-oOo- 


-:- -:- 




William P. Lauer, Prop. 


RE 2-3887 


202 







GuThRiE 



FENCE CO. inc. 

765 COLUMBUS AVE. SPRINGFIELD 5, MASS. 



Gifts Diamonds Watches 

Telephone REpublic 2-6500 

OPTICIAN 

ALBERT J. FACEY 

Jeweler at the X 

Complete Jewelry Repair Service 

SPRINGFIELD - MASSACHUSETTS 

539 Sumner Ave. 573 Belmont Ave. 





'See you later!" 



'Holly, let US concentrate on the Math!' 





THE HOLYOKE 


Compliments 


EQUIPMENT CO., INC. 


of 


• 




524 HIGH STREET 


GILBERT'S 


HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS 


BOOKSHOP 


Supplier of Office and Food Service 




Equipment to Longmeadow High School 




203 



LEWIS ZUNDELL 






H. ZIMMERMAN 


Hardware — Paint — Appliances 




770 MAIN STREET 


& 


SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


SONS INC. 


Telephone REpublic 3-0912 











'Now, Bob 



"School's out' 



EDWARD L. CANTER, INC. 


INTERSTATE 


♦ 


TIRE & BRAKE STORES, INC. 


27 WILLIAM STREET 


* 


SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


SPRINGFIELD - THOMPSONVILLE 


204 





SOULIERE BUILDING CORP. 



49 DRURY LANE 



LONGMEADOW 



+ + 



LO 7-8324 




Building for the future. 




Alive, alert and aware! 



Read the news of 

LONGMEADOW 
HIGH SCHOOL 

every Sunday in the 
"Spotlight On Youth" pages 



in the 



^jmngftplfc iwtttoty SpjmbUratt 



205 



R. E. PHELON CO., INC. 




Lynn Peverley 
Paula Lichter 



"Les Girls" 
Diane Kellner 
Debbie Babb 



Karen Orenstein 
Linda Lane 



PHELON MAGNAGRIP CO., INC. 



206 




envelopes 

seal without licking 



so neat ... so easy to use 




Just raise the lower flap. 
Press down the upper flap. 




Zip! It's sealed. Easily, 
quickly, without licking. 



Look for Self-Seal Envelopes (and matching writing paper) 
wherever stationery is sold. 




i. .^—a UNITED 
[USE| STATES 

ENVELOPE 

GENERAL OFFICES: SPRINGFIELD, MASS 01101 



207 



Gifts Diamonds Watches 




Telephone REpublic 2-6500 


w 


OPTICIAN 




WALLACE 


ALBERT J. FACEY 




Jeweler at the X 




Complete Jewelry Repair Service 


HOME OF CUTLERY CRAFTSMEN 


SPRINGFIELD - MASSACHUSETTS 




539 Sumner Ave. 573 Belmont Ave. 







Easier said than done. 



"Not one of my students signed up." 



Tel. 567-9587 



Tel. LO 7-8009 



208 



WINNIE'S AUTO SERVICE 

Repairing — Towing — Service 
Gas — Oil — Tires 

410 Longmeadow Street 

LONGMEADOW 



Valley Cinema & 
Valley Sound Corp. 



958 STATE STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

Audio Visual Equipment 
Slides & Film Strips 
Photographic Supplies 
Film Rental 



RE 6-4576 



RCA Langauge Lab 
Closed circuit Ed. TV 
Records players 
P. A. systems— Tape recorders 



WINFIELD HAT CO. 



HOLYOKE, MASSACHUSETTS 



Sales RE 3-7837 Service 



Allen Lawn Mower Inc. 



20 RIVER STREET 



WEST SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 



Yardman - Power Mowers - Panzer Tractors 




EiSMJ WJ!.|i 




Planning for the new wing. 



'What are you laughing at? Hamlet died!' 



Willow Glen House Restaurant 


UNDERWOOD PRESS INC. 




Banquet Facilities Conference Rooms 


38 HAMPDEN ST. 




232 N. MAIN STREET 


SPRINGFIELD 3, MASS. 




EAST LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 


Offset and Letterpress 




Est. 1915 Tel. RE 4-4012 


■ 


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MARIO'S 
BARBER SHOP 

Mario Magnani, Proprietor 

The latest in Men's Hair Styles 

Three Barbers To Serve You 

911 SHAKER ROAD 

LONGMEADOW, MASSACHUSETTS 

TRADING POST SHOPPING CENTER 




— Specializing In — 

Longmeadow — East Longmeadow — Wilbraham 

Hampden — Conn. — Springfield 

& Surroundings Communities 

LO 7-3361 





Seeing Double 



'Four tests, to-morrow' 



STACY 
MACHINE CO., INC. 



BUILDERS OF SPECIAL MACHINERY 



Contract Machine Work 



210 



MAX ORENSTEIN 



Plumbing & Heating Contractor 



242 DICKINSON STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



CITY RAMBLER 



"One of the World's Largest Rambler Dealers' 



630 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



ST. 1-2300 




'I'll take this Rambler, Dad.' 




'A Handsome Twosome" 



MASSASOIT CHEMICAL CO. 



1537 MAIN STREET 



SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 



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PRICE ASSOCIATES 


It isn't a home . . . until it's planted! 

LAWNS - Care, Plantings 

Asphalt Paving 

Landscape Contractors 


1387 MAIN STREET 


Thomas P. Ryland Co., Inc. 


SPRINGFIELD, MASSACHUSETTS 


Telephone REpublic 4-7943 




67 JAMES ST. SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 














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'What's Cooking?" 



'Make sure it's even.' 





STATE LINE 


Your Fifth Avenue Florist at the "X" 




FINE FOODS 


iSfflJ,rLfiMfy 




* * * 


^^fLORIST 

451 SUMNER AVE. 




25 ENFIELD STREET 


SPRINGFIELD 8, MASSACHUSETTS 
Flowers of Distinction for Every Occasion 


212 


Thompsonville Connecticut 


Joseph J. Mascaro, Prop. Tel. RE 3-9411 



UNITED ENGINEERS INC. 



ALBANY — SPRINGFIELD — BOSTON 




Don Ferris, Fred Reardon, Peter Otto, Will Thayer 



// 



PLANNERS OF PROGRESS 



// 



APPLIED SCIENCE & 
RESEARCH IN: 



LU3I 



TOOL DESIGN 



AUTOMATION 



WEAPONS SYSTEMS 



PRODUCTION DESIGN 



GROUND SUPPORT EQUIPMENT 



ABSORBINE JR. 




Board of Directors? 

James Martin 
Fran Mirkin, Phyllis Young, Connie Young, Ross Appleman. 



W. F. YOUNG INC. 



Manufacturer of 



ABSORBINE JR. 



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Before you accept 
that first job . . . 

Look over 

your 

employer 

as carefully 

as he does 

you 



What's the Company like anyway? Would I be proud to 
work there? Reputation for square dealing with employees? 
Pleasant surroundings? 

Will I be working with others my own age? Are they 
friendly? Do they socialize after hours? 

Will the boss be reasonable? Appreciate good, hard work, 
but won't explode if I make a mistake? 

Will I make a decent week's pay? Have a chance for raises, 
advancement, more responsibility? How about fringe benefits? 

Is the work challenging? I had what it takes to get through 
high school. Will they give me a chance to use my brains? 



Note: Many young men and women in this area can 
answer "Yes" to these questions. They work for New 
England Telephone Company . . . New England's largest 
employer. 

Why not talk with our employment interviewer soon . . . 
before you graduate? Ask your Guidance Counselor to tell 
you when and where to apply. 




jj§i\ New England Telephone 

Part of the Nationwide Bell System 




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Editors-in-chief Roberta Bernstein 

Fred Reardon 

Literary Editor Judy Ryan 

Art Editors Charles Hunter 

Norman Patten 

Art Consultant Richard MacGregory 

Business Co-chairmen Susan Fisher 

Richard Flier 

Secretary Jane Freedman 

Treasurer Andrea Henry 




Literary Adviser 
Deborah C. Steele 

Business Adviser 
Maurice Suher 

Photographer 

Raymond Rhode, Loring Studios 

Publisher's Representative 

Jack Brown, T.O. O'Toole and 

Sons 



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